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Decent Rainfall Over Parts Of NM - SE NM Left Out Again.


















It appears that most of the lower elevations of Eddy and Lea Counties missed out on this latest precipitation go around. Some fairly decent rainfall amounts have fallen in the Sacramento mountains and this indicates an early and good start to our annual summer monsoon season. Additional rainfall totals can be viewed here

Time to dry back out and heat back up here in the plains. Our afternoon temps will climb back up in the 95-100 degree range this week...seasonally hot for the end of June. Our next best chance for t-storms will come late next week into the 4th of July weekend with another pattern change. 

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