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A Few T-Storms In SE NM This Evening.


Valid @ 5 PM MDT Today.

Valid @ 9 PM MDT Tonight.




A few widely scattered thunderstorms are forecast to start popping up late this afternoon across parts of southeastern New Mexico. These storms should increase in coverage somewhat this evening as they moved northeastward into West Texas. One or two of these could possibly produce some hail. The best chances for severe weather will remain across West Texas this evening. 

Another Chance For T-Storms Sunday.

Valid @ Noon MDT Sunday.

Valid @ 6 PM MDT Monday.

We will see another round of thunderstorms Saturday night into Monday as an upper level storm slides eastward over the area. Some of these could possibly become severe. Since our thunderstorm activity will be scattered in nature then not everyone will see rain or the same amount of rain. A few storms could dump an inch or more of rain by Monday night. 

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