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Much Of New Mexico Is Wet This Morning.






New Mexico 24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals.

24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Courtesy Of The Midland NWS Dual Pol Doppler Radar & GRLevel3_2.00.

24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Courtesy Of The Cannon AFB Dual Pol Doppler Radar & GRLevel3_2.00.

24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Courtesy Of The El paso NWS Dual Pol Doppler Radar & GRLevel3_2.00.

24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Courtesy Of The Holloman AFB Dual Pol Doppler Radar & GRLevel3_2.00.

24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Courtesy Of The Albuquerque NWS Dual Pol Doppler Radar & GRLevel3_2.00.

Rainfall Outlook For The Next 10 Days.



Take the above model rainfall forecasts over the next 10-days with a grain of salt. Any minor shift in the surface and upper-level patterns will potentially change these forecasts. The idea here is that we are currently in a fairly normal wet monsoonal pattern that is expected to continue for awhile. 

August is one of the wettest months of the year for many New Mexican's. In typical August fashion many of us have gotten wet over the past 24-hours while others have not. Some of us have gotten really wet while others not so much. This trend will continue today into the middle of next week. 

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction! 

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