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Noisy Late Last Night.

Blog Updated At 11:27 AM MDT.

Another Beautiful Shot of Last Nights Lightning.

GRLevel3_2.00 Dual Pol 24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals.

A Severe Thunderstorm Dropped Quarter Size Hail (1" in diameter)
 22 Miles West Of Jal, New Mexico, Along St. Hwy 128, Mile
Marker #31, At 5:21 PM MDT Yesterday Afternoon.

This Graphic Depicts How Much The Radar Was Over Estimating
The Rainfall Totals Yesterday.

Eddy County, New Mexico.

Thunderstorms have returned to southeastern New Mexico and west Texas. Some of these storms have produced some decent rainfall totals over the past couple of weeks in some locations. As is typical with these storms not everybody has received the same amount of rainfall. Some locations have done fairly well while others remains very dry. Its a start and we're hoping for more to come.

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