Hot Through The Near Term!



Yesterday's high temperature of 107º here at our home in Carlsbad marks the third time this year we've reached that reading. My highest so far though was 108º set on June 1st.

Changes To Davis Weather Stations.

Davis Weather is undergoing changes in how we are able to display our Personal Weather Station data to the world. Click on this link to view the new map of their Personal Weather Stations (PWS). The old map of their Personal Weather Stations is still up. I've already moved my Davis Vantage Pro2 Home Weather Station over to the new API setup. They have published a YouTube Video with instructions on how to do this via this link.


Valid At 9 AM MDT This Saturday Morning.

We are starting to broil early as temperatures along and south of the New Mexico and Texas State line have already climbed up into the 90's as of 9 AM. 


Forecast high temperatures today across Southeastern New Mexico and parts of West Texas are expected to be in the 105º to 113º range.






Locally the Roswell Airport recorded the highest temperature with a reading of 109º. Carlsbad's Airport reported a high temp of 107º, and the Artesia Airport 106º. A few new daily record high temperatures may be equaled or exceeded over the next few days.




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Sunday.






Last nights run of the ECMWF computer forecast model offers little hope for relief locally and keeps us at or above 100º for the next ten days. Our hope for relief lies in the onset of our annual summer Monsoon which typically begins around the first of July in New Mexico. Click on this link for the latest briefing from the Albuquerque National Weather Service Office concerning this. 

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