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Near Record To Record Heat To Continue UFN!


Blog Updated At 1:38 PM MDT Sunday, May 27, 2018.



Near Record To Record High Temps To Continue UFN.

(As Of 10 AM MDT Sunday, May 27, 2018).

Today- Sunday.



Memorial Day.



Tuesday.



Wednesday.



Thursday.



Friday.



Saturday.




Roswell.


Carlsbad.


Ruidoso.


Pecos, TX.




Roswell.



Artesia.


Hope.


Brantley Dam.


Carlsbad.



Carlsbad Caverns.


WIPP Site.


Tatum.


Hobbs.


Jal.


Ruidoso.


Cloudcroft.



85ºF May 31, 1912
83ºF May 30, 1961
82ºF May 28, 1951
82ºF May 27, 1951
81ºF May 26, 1951
80ºF May 18, 1926

Elk - East Of Mayhill.


7-Precipitation Forecast.



Don't be fooled by the old saying of "Its Just A Dry Heat." Anytime you have days and days of the type of heat we are expecting it takes its toll. This is especially true on the elderly, the young, and our pets. Heat Stress and Heat Stroke are killers so take the precautionary methods mentioned above to prevent this. We are also back to the pattern of "Rain What's That". 

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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