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Ridiculously Warm Sunday.




Valid At 5 PM MST Sunday Nov 25, 2012.

Valid At 5 PM MST Sunday Nov 25, 2012.

Sunday will be ridiculously warm across our neck of the woods. Most of southeastern New Mexico is expecting to see afternoon high temperatures in the upper 70's to near 80. These temps will be some 10 to 15 degrees above normal for the end of November. A few of us may see our daily record high temps tied or broken tomorrow. 

Normal Daily High - Low Temps.

Roswell (1883-2012) 62 - 31
Artesia (1905-2012) 63 - 29
Carlsbad (1900-2012) 64 - 33
Carlsbad Airport (1942-2012) 6534
Hobbs (11912-2012) 63 - 35
Tatum (1919-2012) 61 - 28

Valid At 5 PM MST Monday November 26, 2012.

A weak cold front will enter the area Monday afternoon. Cooler air will overspread the area behind the front, knocking our daytime highs back down into the 60's on Tuesday and Wednesday. Long-range models continue to keep southeastern New Mexico high and dry through next weekend. Above normal temps will return by the end of next week. 

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