Strong Back-Door Cold Front Next Tuesday.

Next weeks big weather story for southeastern New Mexico and nearby areas will be a strong back-door cold front slated to dive southward into the area by Tuesday. This mornings run of the U.S. GFS model has the front arriving in the northern sections of southeastern New Mexico by around sunrise Tuesday morning. The European model (ECMWF) is a little slower and brings the front into the area by around sunset Tuesday. 

Regardless its going to get windy and cold by next Tuesday. Gusty north to northeasterly winds sustained at around 20 - 30 mph will likely accompany the frontal passage. We may not get out of the 40's and 50's for high temps on Wednesday.

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