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Blistering Heat To Continue.


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Blistering Heat To Continue.


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?

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 the area, thus the potential for thunderstorms to form over the mountains, and then move southward and southeastward out into the plains of the eastern half of the state. This is not the typical Monsoon flow pattern we see this time of the year but if it means rain bring it on.

GFS 16-Day Total Rainfall Forecast.
Valid Today Through Thursday, July 11, 2013.

This mornings 12Z run of the U.S. GFS computer model is really ramping up the rains over the next two weeks across most of New Mexico. We can hope!


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