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Unusually Deep Mid-Upper Level Storm Headed Our Way.


Winds at ~ 0500 EDT lulled to about 50mph (http://www.mountwashington.org/weather/conditions.php) allowing the Night Observer (Ryan Knapp) to weight down and set up his camera long enough to “light write” a message with his headlamp – GO SOX!

Unusually Deep Mid-Upper Level Storm.




Valid @ 3 PM MDT Tuesday.



An unusually deep mid-upper level storm is slowly sinking southward over northern California early this morning. Unfortunately there still remains more questions about where this storm is headed than there are answers.

 A slower and more southward track of the storm would mean more rain and snow for New Mexico...and a possible influx of the remnant moisture from Hurricane Raymond. Along with the possibility of severe thunderstorms over eastern and southeastern New Mexico Tuesday and Wednesday.

 A more northerly track would mean less precipitation and more wind.

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