Overnight T-Storms Produce Lots Of Lightning.



Thunderstorms erupted across the local area late yesterday afternoon as they marched off to the southeast. As of 5 AM this morning the heaviest known reported rainfall occurred at the Artesia Airport with .45" and at the Paduca Raws located southeast of the WIPP Site with .54". 



Cannon AFB Dual Pol Doppler Radar
Estimated 24-Hour Rainfall Totals As Of 5:16 AM MDT.

Cannon AFB Dual Pol Doppler Radar
Estimated 24-Hour Rainfall Totals As Of 5:27 AM MDT.

As Of 5 AM MDT This Morning.

Thunderstorms are once again expected to fire up over the area this afternoon and continue well into tonight. Locally heavy rain will be possible with a few of these storms. Forecast high temperatures today and tomorrow will be in the mid-upper 90's. A cold front on Sunday will drop these readings back down into the 80's to near 90 on Sunday.

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