Cold Morning Across SE New Mexico - Something Wet By Late Next Week?
Note: The Roswell Climate Co-Op Station reported a low of 38 in 1913.
The Tatum Climate Co-Op Stations low of 32 this morning ties the reading of 32 set on this date in 1985.
GFS 10 Precipitation Forecast Ending May 24th.
ECMWF 10 Precipitation Forecast.
Valid 12Z/6 AM MDT Saturday May 24, 2014.
We may have something to look forward to by the end of next week. That is if your are hoping for something wet like rain. The models are hinting that a upper level storm will dig into the Four Corners Region by the middle of next week. There are indications that the dryline may become active over the eastern part of New Mexico, and across west Texas, as energy from the upper level storm to our west moves overhead.
Mid May through Mid June is typically our most favored time of the year here in southeastern New Mexico for severe thunderstorms. So its possible that severe weather may be lurking just around the corner too.
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