Classic Spring Battle Shaping Up.



Temperature Anomaly Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Thursday. 

GFS Surface Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Monday.

GFS Surface Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Tuesday.

GFS Surface Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday. 


NAM 500 MB Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Tuesday.

A classic spring battle of the airmasses will unfold this week. A large and potent upper-level storm will dig into the Four Corners Region by Tuesday. Snow will fly north of a another strong cold front, along with at least three days of severe thunderstorms

Hot, dry, windy, and dusty weather will plaque southeastern New Mexico Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Not to mention three days of Critically Dangerous Fire Weather Conditions  High temps will range form the upper 80's to near 90. By Thursday a colder airmass working southward behind the departing storm will arrive, with most of us struggling to reach the 60-degree mark. 

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