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Over 10" Of Rain In Parts Of Eddy Co NM Since Yesterday!

Rocky Arroyo @ The St. Hwy 137 Crossing This Morning.

Rocky Arroyo @ The St. Hwy 137 Crossing This Morning.

Near Bitter Lakes Wildlife Refuge.

Rio Hondo Peaked At 25.95' Yesterday Morning.

South Seven Rivers.

Rocky Arroyo.

Dark Canyon In Carlsbad.

Local 24-Hour Rainfall Totals.

GRLevel 3_2.00 Radar Estimated 24-Hour Rainfall Totals.

Very heavy rains have fallen over parts of the Pecos Valley and surrounding areas yesterday into this morning. The Queen VFD is reporting 5.20" of rain overnight, which has fallen on top of the 5.00" that fell yesterday. The Gregory's who live along St. Hwy 137 11 miles northwest of Carlsbad on Rocky Arroyo are reporting over 9.00" of rain this morning. 

As of 805 AM MDT my storm total here at my home in Carlsbad since 7 AM MDT Tuesday is now up to 3.71" with moderate rain still coming down. 4" of rain has been reported 8 miles west of Artesia in the past 24-hours. 6" - 8" of rain has been reported on the west side of Roswell in the past 24-hours.

As of 8:20 AM MDT the Bowl Raws is now reporting 10.60" of rain in the past 24-hours!

Significant flash flooding has or is in the process of occurring in the following arroyos...South Seven Rivers, Rocky Arroyo, Last Chance Arroyo and Dark Canyon. Additional flash flooding is expected today and may occur in other local arroyos as well. 

Please remember "Turn Around Don't Drown."

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