Warming Back Up Into The Weekend - But More Arctic Air By The Middle Of Next Week.




Low Temps This Morning.





Last Nights 00Z/5 PM MST GFS Temp Forecast.
Valid Next Wednesday, February 26, 2014.

Other than the blustery conditions with the wind, blowing dust, and cooler temps yesterday's weather wasn't so bad. Our brief cool down will end starting today. We can expect to see our afternoon temps climb back into the 70's into the weekend. Saturday will be the warmest day over the next week with most of the southeastern New Mexico plains reaching the low-mid 80's.

Winter is not over with by a long shot. Another blast of arctic air will invade the northern plains early next week and by mid-week will have worked its way south into our next of the woods. 

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