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Dryline T-Storms Friday Night?




 By sunset Friday our next inbound upper-level storm will be settling in over southern California. We will continue to see a slow warming trend ahead of it with highs today in the mid 60's. Thursday will see the upper 70's. Friday we will likely reach the upper 70's to low 80's with increasing southwesterly winds.

As the storm nears Friday night, the dryline may sharpen up along the NM/TX state line. Its possible that we may see some thunderstorms fire up along and east of it. Some of these thunderstorms could potentially become severe, with isolated elevated supercell thunderstorms a possibility Friday evening. 

Saturday looks like a windy and dusty day for southeastern New Mexico and surrounding areas as the upper level storm moves across northern New Mexico. Snow will be possible over the Sacramento mountains Friday night into Sunday.

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