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Cooler This Weekend...Watching A Storm For Late Next Week.





This mornings weather feels a little more like fall thanks to a cold front and cloudy skies. Radar has been painting a few very light rain showers across the local area this morning but nothing significant. Its a tad bit breezy behind the front with northerly winds generally gusting up to 25-35 mph. These winds will calm down by later this morning and we will see afternoon highs from near 70 to the low 70's. Sunday's highs are expected to be in the mid-upper 70's.

Next Weekend's Storm.


00Z/6 PM MDT GFS 500 MB Forecast.
Valid At 5 PM MST Saturday November 10, 2012.


00Z/6 PM MDT GFS Surface Temp Forecast.
Valid At 5 PM MST Saturday November 10, 2012.

Not much in the way of active weather is forecast for southeastern New Mexico for most of next week. This will change as we end the week, and head into the weekend. Both the U.S. GFS forecast model, and the European (ECMWF) forecast model, are hinting at a pretty strong storm over the Rockies late next week, and into the weekend. 

Locally we will likely see our temperatures climb back up to the 80's by Wednesday. Warm, dry, and windy weather will prevail ahead of the approaching storm the end of next week. Fire weather concerns may also arise. This storm will also have the potential to produce some snow across the higher elevations of the state.

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