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Scattered T-Storms Are Back In Our Forecast.


Friday, October 13th, 2017.
Looking Northwest From Texas FM RD 652.
A Lone Thunderstorm Southwest Of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

(At 4:51 PM MDT This Wednesday Afternoon).


A weak disturbance approaching from the southwest is helping to kick off scattered showers and thunderstorms southwest of El Paso this afternoon. A few thunderstorms will be possible across Southeastern New Mexico and parts of West Texas tonight. And again Thursday into Friday morning.


Valid This Afternoon Through Noon Saturday.

Southern New Mexico including the Sacramento Mountains look to have the best chances for rainfall into Saturday. 







Our stretch of seasonally mild temperatures looks to continue into the next week or so.



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