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Rainbow - Rain Foot - Dusty Lightning.

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I shot these on my way to work yesterday afternoon north of State Hwy 128 in Eddy and Lea Counties. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!  My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

Two Brief Tornadoes South Of Artesia, NM - Sunday, June 8, 2014.

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By far this is the biggest hail stone I've seen yet. Courtesy of Paulette Boyce who lives on south 13th St, south of Artesia, NM.  My wife (Diane) and I went storm chasing this past Sunday, June 8, 2014. We observed two brief tornadoes south of Artesia, New Mexico during one of the biggest severe weather outbreaks in years.  The first tornado touched down 4 miles south-southwest of Artesia...or 2 miles west of the intersection of South 13TH St. & Blevins Rd at 6:16 PM MDT.  The second tornado touched down 8 miles south of Artesia just west of US Hwy 285 near Kincaid Rd at 6:28 PM MDT. It was on the ground for at least one minute maybe a couple more. This supercell thunderstorm produced an  enormous  amount of golf ball to grapefruit size hail from Artesia to south of Carlsbad. Please visit the link below to view my blog with more photos of that hail. Chaves & Eddy County Supercell Time Lapse Video  & Giant Hail In Eddy County. The Trut

Chaves & Eddy County Chase. 6-8-2014.

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Blog Updated @ 11:57 AM MDT Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Did We Or Did We Not Have A Tornado Here? Tough Call. After further review of our photos and video I'm calling this a  tornado. It touched down 4 miles south-southwest of Artesia,  NM, or two miles west of the intersection of 13th St. and Blevins  Rd at 6:16 PM MDT, Sunday, June 8, 2014. It was on the ground for a couple of minutes. This second brief tornado touched down about 9 miles south of Artesia, New Mexico on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at 6:28 PM MDT and about 1/2 of a mile west of US Hwy 285. Courtesy of Trish Anaya Funnel Cloud Northeast Of Otis Between Carlsbad and Loving, NM Sunday, June 8, 2014. 2" Diameter Size Hail At My Brothers Home In Atoka. Courtesy Of  Crystal Brooke Blanton. In Dayton south of Atoka. At the turn off by the rest stop between  Artesia and Carlsbad along US Hwy 285 Sunday afternoon. Golf Ball Size Hail At My Dau

Roswell, New Mexico Supercell T-Storm - Time Lapse. 6-7-2014.

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   Two supercell thunderstorms developed near Corona, New Mexico Saturday, June 7, 2014. They then moved off to the southeast. I first started filing at 7:35 PM MDT about five miles north of the junction of U.S. Hwy's 285 & 70 north of Roswell, New Mexico.  This is a time lapse (16X the normal speed) video. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!   My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

Blistering Heat Yesterday Across SE NM - And Again Today.

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My Davis WeatherLink Home Weather Station. NWS Mesonet Reported High Temps Wednesday. Local Airport High Temps. Yesterday afternoon some rather blistering high temps were noted across the southeastern plains of New Mexico including 111 at the Paducah Raws which is located near the WIPP Site, 110 at the Carlsbad Airport, and 108 at the Artesia Airport. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!  My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

Reported High Temps Sunday, June 1, 2014.

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NWS Mesonet Reported High Temps Sunday, June 1, 2014. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!  My Web Page Is Best Viewed With Google Chrome.

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