Finally The Rains Will Return.



Warm, dry, and breezy will characterize today's weather with highs ranging from the mid 80's to near 90. Finally we will see rain return to the area Thursday into the weekend. A cold front will move southward into southeastern New Mexico Thursday night, and interact with a cut off upper-level low over northern Mexico which will give us a decent shot at seeing some beneficial rains Thursday night into Saturday.




NAM Simulated Radar Forecast @ 9 AM MDT Friday.

GFS 7-Day Total Precipitation Forecast.

ECMWF 10-Day Total Precipitation Forecast.

Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will increase Thursday evening into Friday along and behind the southward moving cold front. Lift from the cutoff upper-level low to our southwest will continue the chances for rain over the area into Saturday. Some thunderstorms may become severe over eastern and parts of southeastern New Mexico, and west Texas Thursday afternoon and evening. Friday looks to have an even better chance for rain with some thunderstorms possibly becoming severe.

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