Hope Coming For A Hot Parched Land!


6-15-2018

Looking west at a developing rain shower near Queen Friday afternoon from US 62/180 south of Whites City. There is hope for a hot and parched land today into Sunday as remnant subtropical moisture from former Hurricane Bud overspreads the area. Locally heavy rains are forecast to occur along with the possibility of localized flash flooding. Of particular concern for flash flooding will be the burn scar areas in the Guadalupe, Sacramento, and Capitan Mountains. 

(January 1st - June 15th, 2018).



June 1st -15th, 2018.



Local Rainfall Totals.

(January 1st - June 15th, 2018).






(January 1st - June 15th, 2018). 






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