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September Ends Cool & Wet In NM.


Family Stroll On A Beautiful Saturday Afternoon South Of Cloudcroft.

We took a drive south of Cloudcroft yesterday afternoon to go leaf peeping and found that the aspens in the higher elevations south of Cloudcroft have started to turn. They should peak over the next couple of weeks. It will be later this month into the first of November before the leaves turn across the lower valleys of the mountains.

Looking West At White Sands, High Rolls & Mountain Park
 From Haynes Canyon Vista. The Organ Mountains Are In The Distance

Cool With Below Normal Temps Past Week.



Monday, Sept 25th, 2017.


Tuesday, Sept 26th, 2017.


Wednesday, Sept 27th, 2017.


Thursday, Sept 28th, 2017.


Friday, Sept 28th, 2017.


Saturday, Sept 30th, 2017.


Posted above are the daily high temperature anomaly maps for the past week. Overcast skies with scattered thunderstorms, on and off again rain showers, and periods of mist and fog along with below normal daytime high temperatures sum up our local weather over the past week.

Note The Normal Daily High/Low Temps For Oct 1st.
(30 Year Averages 1981-2010). 

Ruidoso (1941-2014) 73/37
Cloudcroft 63/37

 Listed below are our daily high and low temperatures, and rainfall totals during this period.


Roswell, New Mexico Airport.
(3,649').


Carlsbad, New Mexico Airport.
(3,233').


Sierra Blanca Regional Airport, Ruidoso, New Mexico.
(6,790').


Cloudcroft, New Mexico.
(8,679').



Year-To-Date January - September, 2017.


September 2017 Totals.


Year-To-Date January - September, 2017.


September 2017 Totals.



Chaves County September 2017.


Year-To-Date 2017.
(January - September).


Eddy County September 2017.


Year-To-Date 2017.
(January - September).


Lea County September 2017.


Year-To-Date 2017.
(January - September).


Lincoln County September 2017.


Year-To-Date 2017.
(January - September).


Otero County September 2017.


Year-To-Date 2017.
(January - September).


A quick look through the CoCoRaHS Stations reveals that one of the wettest sites in New Mexico so far this year has been the Angel Fire 10.2 miles south-southeast of town with a September total of 6.77" and a year-to-date total of 30.65"

With the varied terrain of New Mexico and the different climate zones rainfall reports always varying sometimes by a little bit and many times by a lot. This depends upon elevation and location. Summertime thunderstorms are a good example of this. If you would like to see your home rainfall totals in these graphics...you can by joining CoCoRaHS today.


The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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