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Severe T-Storms Before Sunrise.

Blog updated @ 3:25 PM MDT.





Flash flooding and hail near Lake Arthur, New Mexico this morning.
Courtesy Of The Country Giant - KBIM 94.9 FM Radio In Roswell, NM.


GRLevel3_2.00 Radar Snapshot @ 6:20 AM MDT This Morning.
Via Midland NWS Doppler radar.

GRLevel3_2.00 Estimated Rainfall Totals @ 7:30 AM MDT.
Via Cannon AFB Doppler Radar. 

GRLevel3_2.00 Estimated Rainfall Totals @ 7:30 AM MDT.
Via Midland NWS Doppler Radar.

Now that was fun. Nothing like having a Severe Thunderstorm rolling through the local area to wake you up just before sunrise. Ping pong size hail fell for 10 minutes, 10 miles west-southwest of Dexter at 3:40 AM MDT. Pea to dime size hail fell in Cottonwood, north of Artesia, at 5:00 AM MDT along with .50" of rainfall. Radar has estimated that a little over 2" of rain has fallen in some spots...although I suspect this may be just a little high due to the hail contamination.


Here's what happens when you don't clean the dust from the drought out of your rain gauge before it rains. So far I'm up to .08"...but that may be a little off due to the "mud" contamination factor. LOL.

Courtesy Of The Cloudcroft WebCam. 

Courtesy Of The Cloudcroft Hotel and Gift Shop.

90 miles west of Artesia @ 8,750' its snowing in Cloudcroft. Gotta love our spring wx.

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