New Mexico YTD & Local September Rainfall Totals.


As Of September 12, 2015. 

Rainfall totals across southeastern New Mexico have been extremely variable so far this month. Parts of Chaves County have had 1"-3" of rain as have the higher elevations of the Guadalupe and Sacramento mountains. While many of the valley locations have had a half of an inch or less so far. 

Some of the heavier recorded totals include:

Mayhill CoCoRaHS 2.8 WNW 2.75"
Alto 2.7 E CoCoRaHS 1.93"
Dog Canyon Raws 1.51"
Queen Raws 1.44"
Bowl Raws 1.43"
Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS 4 E 1.36"
Queen CoCoRaHS 1.35"
Sierra Blanca Snotel 1.10"
Mayhill Raws 1.09" 
Nogal CoCoRaHS 4.6 SSE 1.08"

As Of September 12, 2015.




As Of September 12, 2015.




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