T-Storms Return.


Just East Of Cloudcroft, New Mexico 8-15-2015.

Waking up at 4 AM this morning to the sound of thunder and rain pelting down on our roof was a joyful experience. Especially after a week of temperatures that soared up to as high as 107°F. As of 9:15 AM this morning I've managed to collect .29" in our rain bucket. 

Some of the heavier 24 hour rainfall totals as of 8 AM this morning include:

Sacramento Peak Observatory 2.13"
Melrose Range Raws 2.04"
Personal Weather Station 26 Miles North Of Roswell 1.28"
Caprock Raws 1.05"


(As Of 8 AM MDT This Morning).






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Cannon AFB Dual Pol Doppler Radar.

(As Of 8:00 AM MDT This Morning).





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