Thunderstorms Dump Heavy Rains 7-28-2015.


Pillar Of Light.. I took this photo 45 miles southeast of Carlsbad, New Mexico. I was  looking back to the northwest as a thunderstorm was moving into the Loving and Carlsbad areas late Tuesday afternoon. 



Heavy Rains Fall Over Parts Of The Area Yesterday.



NWS Midland Doppler Radar 
24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals.



Cannon AFB Doppler Radar 
24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals.

Excessive rainfall appears to have fallen in a few spots such as southwest of Boise, Texas near the state line where the Cannon AFB Doppler Radar has estimated that 7.80" fell. 



Holloman AFB Doppler Radar 
24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals.

Another area of very heavy rainfall apparently fell over parts of the upper 4-Mile Arroyo watershed southeast of Dunken and southwest of Hope where the Holloman AFB radar is estimating 4.83" of rain fell. 

(As Of 6 AM MDT This Morning).



Locally the Skyview HADS automated rain gauge northwest of Ruidoso measured 1.57" and a personal weather station in southeast Carlsbad measured 1.16". Additional rainfall totals in New Mexico can be view via this link, and via CoCoRaHS

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