Showing posts from June, 2013

Landspout Tornado Near Carlsbad, NM Saturday, June 29, 2013.

Blog Updated Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Click On The Photos To Enlarge Them. May 1, 2013 - Uploaded by rdewaters A great perspective of a landspout tornado located  just outside of Lubbock in Woodrow, Texas | April 30, 2013  ... Photo Is Courtesy Of Gail Newman Carter. Taken near the Carlsbad Airport which is 5 miles south-southwest of town. Photo's Are Courtesy Of Heather Chester Frazier. Photo Is Courtesy Of Rose Mitchell. Taken From Radio Blvd @ 5:15 PM. Photo Is Courtesy Of Andrea Mendez-Ornelas. Photos Are Courtesy Of Bill Johnson Of Carlsbad. What looks like to me in the photos above is a landspout tornado that formed between about 5:15 PM and 5:30 PM MDT yesterday, between Carlsbad and the airport. Landspout tornadoes are fairly common in New Mexico. Whether all of these photos is of the same landspout, or if there were more than one, I really am not sure. I didn't see it so I can't say for sure.  -------------

A Couple More Days Of Hot Weather - But Much Cooler & Wetter Next Week.

Blog Updated At 1:46 PM MDT. I shot this beautiful sunset last Saturday in Lea County. A plume of smoke from the Silver Fire , near Kingston, New Mexico, northeast of Silver City, to our west created the colors in this sunset. The fire has now consumed some 100,000 acres and was started by dry lightning on June 7th. Courtesy Of The El Paso NWS Facebook Page. Yesterday was another hot one. A high of 112F was noted at the 8-Mile Draw Raws which is located northeast of Roswell. this is the highest temperature that I have seen reported in southeastern New Mexico so far this summer. Both the Roswell and Carlsbad Airports recorded highs of 108F . I reached 107F on my Davis Vantage Pro2 home weather station here in Carlsbad. Jal recorded a high of 107F and Hope 106F . Today is expected to be hot with our afternoon highs once again climbing up to around 105F . Death Valley Could Challenge Its All-Time Record High Temp. NWS Forecast For Death Valley

Another Hot Day Ahead - Anniversary Of Highest Temp Recorded In NM.

Click On The Graphs To Enlarge Them. NAM Forecast Temps @ 4 PM MDT Today. Local High Temps Reported Yesterday- Pecos River Near Orla 115 . 8-Mile Draw Raws northeast of Roswell 111 . Paduca Raws near the WIPP Site- 111 . Roswell Airport 109 . Calrsbad Airport 109 . Atoka (Alfadale) 108 . Artesia Climate 107 . Carlsbad Climate 107 . My Home in Calrsbad 107 .  Hobbs (KM5BS) 107 . Jal Climate 107 . Artesia Airport (HCN) 105 . Hope Climate 105 . Tatum Climate 105 . Hobbs Airport 104 . Bat Draw (Carlsbad Caverns) 103 . Dunken Raws 100 . Carrizozo Airport 98 . Queen Raws 98 . Mayhill Raws 97 . Weed K5TCS  97 . Smokey Bear Raws - Ruidoso 94 . Sierra Blanca Regional Airport 91 . Cloudcroft EW1513 81 . Temperature Data Is Courtesy Of- Davis WeatherLink NM NWS Rosa Reports NM MesoWest Weather NM ASOS/AWOS Observations NM NWS Mesonet Observations Yesterday's high temps were the highest of the year so far. Our long term average hig

Blistering Heat To Continue.

Blog Updated At 5:17 PM. Blistering Heat To Continue. NAM Temp Forecast @ 4 PM MDT This Afternoon. NAM Temp Forecast @ 4 PM MDT Wednesday. High temps today should be around 105F for most of southeastern New Mexico. Our local National Weather Service forecasts are backing off a little on tomorrow's forecast high temps, down about five degrees or so. However I wouldn't be surprised to see a few spots get close to 110F .  Better Chances For Rain Next Week? ECMWF 500 MB Forecast. Valid @ 6 PM MDT, Monday, July 1, 2013. ECMWF 10-Day Total Rainfall Forecast. Valid Today Through The 4th Of July. Interesting change in our weather will occur if the European model is correct late this weekend into next week. This model is forecasting the mid-level of high pressure to move off to the northwest, as a mid-level trough of low pressure digs southward into the Mississippi River valley by Monday.  This would create a northerly flow aloft over t

Very Hot This Week.

This Is Lightning Safety Week. Courtesy Of The Lubbock NWS Office. Courtesy Of The Midland NWS Office. Midland NWS Forecast For Carlsbad, NM This Week. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!   My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

Saturday's Smokey Sunset.

I Shot This In Lea County New Mexico On Hwy 128. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!   My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

Carlsbad Gets Hammered By A Severe T-Storm Thursday.

Blog Updated 6:30 AM MDT. Sunday, June 23, 2013. Hail In Carlsbad, NM Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Becky Baldwin & KRQE's Chris Gibson . Carlsbad's Lakeside Golf Course Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Jeremy Hale & KRQE's Chris Gibson . Northeast Carlsbad (La Huerta) Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Michelle Cary. Northeast Carlsbad (La Huerta) Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Michelle Cary. Hail In Carlsbad Thursday Afternoon. Courtesy Of The Current Argus Facebook Page . Northeast Carlsbad (La Huerta) Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Craig Schinnerer. Northeast Carlsbad (La Huerta) Thursday Afternoon. Photo Is Courtesy Of Craig Schinnerer. Courtesy Of Diane Malone. Street flooding was observed in our neighborhood on the northwest side of town. Water came up over the curb and into our driveway, and ran into the  backyard. I measured 1.49" from

Haboob's & Heavy Rain Yesterday Afternoon.

Artesia got hit with another haboob this afternoon as thunderstorms to the south, and southeast, produced outflow winds that gusted up to 54 mph at the airport at 3:55 PM MDT. I shot this photo near the southern city limits, on U.S. Hwy 285 at 3:47 PM. The visibility was down to less than 1/4 of a mile. Late yesterday afternoon a haboob moved into Tatum from the northeast. Outflow winds from a strong thunderstorm to the northeast of Tatum generated this dust cloud. Courtesy Of Tatum Weather . This haboob was observed near Roswell yesterday afternoon. Courtesy Of KRQE's Mark Ronchetti , and Mark Hammond. GRLevel3_2.00 Midland Dual Pol Doppler Radar Snapshot. Estimated Rainfall Totals As Of 4:44 PM MDT. A Severe thunderstorm produced nickel size hail 10 miles southwest of Loving around 2:19 PM MDT yesterday afternoon. Marble size hail fell about 5 miles southwest of Loving shortly before this. Pea size hail was observed in Carlsbad a  little lat

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