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 later.
A Flash Flood Warning was issued for the Malaga area yesterday afternoon. The Midland National Weather Service Doppler Radar indicated that 4.50" of rain had fallen in about three hours southwest of Malaga.
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