A Wet Sunday For Carlsbad.


Cloudcroft, New Mexico.

A Tad Foggy Sunday Afternoon & A Cool 55ºF At 8,751'.

My wife and I took another summer afternoon drive up to Cloudcroft yesterday. Most of the countryside has greened up nicely with the recent rains. We first stopped at Runyan Ranches east of Elk and visited with Camille and Tom and Pam Runyan. Lunch was courtesy of MAD Jacks in Cloudcroft...delicious as always too. 

Midland NWS Dual Pol Doppler Radar.
Storm Total Estimated Rainfall Totals.
(As Of 3 PM MDT This Afternoon).




A swatch of heavy rain (2.00" to 2.50") is indicated by the dark red shades from southeastern Carlsbad northeast to just east of the La Huerta area. 




Eddy County.


Thunderstorms dumped on Carlsbad Sunday afternoon and early evening particularly on the east side of town. One report of 2.50" was noted near the Elks Club while most reporting stations in town measured between 1.00" and 2.00". Street flooding was widespread with a few locations reporting a water depth of two feet to three feet according to Law Enforcement reports.

Sunrise Over The Guadalupe's This Morning.


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