Wet Past 7 Days In SE NM.


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Heavy Rains Hammer Roswell, NM 

September 22,2015.




Roswell Flash Flooding 9-22-2015.

As Of 8 AM MDT 9-23-2015.

Much of Roswell was hit with heavy rainfall and flash flooding this past Tuesday afternoon (Sept 22, 2015). Local rainfall reports and radar estimates put the totals in and around the Roswell area generally between 1.00" and 3.00". A CoCoRaHS rain gauge located 2.4 miles north of downtown Roswell measured a 24-hour total of 3.68". More info on the heavy rain and flash flood event in Roswell can be found here and here


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Rainfall The Past 7 Days.

Year-To-Date Totals.
As Of 10 AM MDT 9-24-2015.

Year-To-Date Departure From Normal Totals.
As Of 10 AM MDT 9-24-2015.

It has been a wet past seven days. Much of Eddy County has received anywhere 2" to 4" of rainfall as has parts of Chaves and Lea Counties. Another rainy is on tap for the local area today with high temperatures forecast to be mostly in the 70's along with a 50%-60% chance of thunderstorms and heavy rains which may lead to localized flash flooding.

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