Warm Week Ahead - Record High Temps Possible Wed & Thu.


Valid @ 5 PM MST Thursday, February 18,2016.






Forecast High Temperatures On Tuesday.


Forecast High Temperatures On Wednesday.


Forecast High Temperatures On Thursday.


Forecast High Temperatures For Friday.









High temperatures across the area this week will continue to remain above normal. By Thursday which is forecast to be the warmest day of the week locally our highs will be running some 15°F to 25°F above normal. Notice that the GFS model is even forecasting a high of 90°F in the Wink/kermit/Pecos, Texas area on Thursday. 

Many locations will likely tie or break their daily high temperature records on Wednesday and more so on Thursday. Rather unusual for the middle of February but not totally unheard of.

Local Record High Temps For Thursday, Feb 18, 2016.

Roswell 83°F 1996.
Artesia 83°F 1970.
Carlsbad 82°F 1977.
Carlsbad Arpt 85°F 1996.
Tatum 78°F 2011.
Hobbs 83°F 1996.

Picacho 76°F 1976.
Ruidoso 68°F 1986.
Capitan 71°F 2004.
Elk 75°F 1958.
Cloudcroft 58°F 1951.

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