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Typical Hot June Afternoon's With Isolated T-Storms.


Blog Updated At 11:43 PM MDT.

Slight Risk For Severe T-Storms.

SPC Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook Today.

Valid At 5 PM MDT This Afternoon.

Our northern areas may be under the gun later this afternoon and evening for the risk of severe thunderstorms. This potential for severe thunderstorms will have to be monitored closely in case there is a shift further southward, and westward, with any severe thunderstorm activity...which could potentially affect parts of southeastern New Mexico. So don't let your guard down, and be prepared for this possibility later this afternoon and evening.

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Relatively hot temperatures will dominate the southeastern plains and surrounding areas today into this weekend. Most of us will see highs close to 100F each afternoon. This is about 5-degrees above normal for this time of the year. Nothing earth shattering or record breaking, but when combined with the recent increase in humidity levels...it makes for some uncomfortably hot afternoons for us.




Combined with our hot afternoons over the next week will be isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms from time to time. Most of this activity will be confined to over and near the mountains. A few of these will occasionally drift out across the plains, but will be highly localized in nature. Long term drought relief still remains elusive for the area for the foreseeable future. 

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