Surprise Our Storm Is Wetter Than Expected.
Blog Updated @ 4:25 PM MST This Afternoon.
Temperatures @ 3 PM MST This Afternoon.
An arctic cold front is draped across the eastern one third of New Mexico this afternoon. A temperature battle is underway as the front oscillates back and forth across the area. So far this afternoon I have managed to climb up to 70F here in Carlsbad. Check out the latest local temps @ 4 PM MST-
Temperatures @ 11 AM MST.
Temperatures at 8 AM MST across North America ranged from 84F to -51F. That's a spread of 135-degrees.
(As Of 7 AM MST This Morning).
Thankfully this storm turned out to be wetter than what the models had predicted. Several locations across the Sacramento mountains picked up anywhere from .75" to 1.50" of rainfall. The Sierra Blanca Snotel measured 2.40". This will help put a dent in the fire danger in the mountains at least for a little while. As of 9 AM MST I've measured .06" here at my home in Carlsbad.
My SE NM Radar Snapshots.
Note: NWS Midland Radar Is Down For Maintenance.
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