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Severe T-Storms Across SE NM Monday.

Cumulonimbus Mammatus Clouds Over Carlsbad, NM Yesterday.

Blowing Dust On The Horizon Caused By 50 Mph Outflow Wind
Gusts Over Carlsbad, NM Yesterday Afternoon. Looking Northeast
Towards a Severe Thunderstorm In Northwestern Lea County.

Flash Flooding In Hobbs.

Street Flooding In Hobbs, NM Yesterday Afternoon.
Courtesy of Corey Cruce Of Hobbs.

Radar Estimated Over 2" Of Rain In Northern Hobbs Yesterday.
The Bulk Of This Feel In About An Hours Time.

Severe T-Storm In Queen.

A Severe Thunderstorm produced ping pong size hail, 1.60" of rain,
along with flash flooding on State Hwy 137, in the Queen area 
yesterday afternoon.

Area Storm Total Rainfall Amounts.
Doppler Radar Estimated.

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