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Monday, October 7, 2013

Warming Up Ahead Of Another Approaching Storm.


Potent Storm Coming.

Valid At 6 PM MDT Wednesday.


A strong upper-level low (as depicted by the 500 millibar map above) is forecast to dig southward into the Great Basin this week. This next storm will bring a variety of weather to the Desert Southwest including strong gusty southwesterly winds, colder temps, maybe some mountain snows, and severe thunderstorms across the Texas Panhandle area by the middle to end of the week.

Chilly This Morning But A Warm-Up Is Underway.


Valid At 4 PM MDT Today.

Carlsbad and most of the rest of southeastern New Mexico will see our afternoon highs climb up into the low 80's today, the mid low-mid 80's tomorrow, and the mid-upper 80's on Wednesday and Thursday. A few locations will approach the 90-degree mark. 

A strong Pacific storm system will bring windy weather to the area by mid-week with cooler temps by the weekend.

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