Heavy Rains Fall Southeast Of Carlsbad.


July 8th, 2018.

Looking Southeast From Northwest Of Carlsbad Sunday.

(Radar Estimated & Reported Totals).






Radar indicated a few pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall fell southeast of Carlsbad and east of Lakewood this afternoon. The yellow to light orange shades indicated anywhere from .75" to nearly 1.50" of rainfall may have fallen southeast of Carlsbad in parts of the Otis area. While east of Lakewood radar estimated that nearly 1.90" may have fallen. 

(As Of 9 AM MDT Tuesday, July 10, 2018).


(Estimated Rainfall Totals Monday Afternoon).


A closer look at the Carlsbad area reveals that around 1.40" fell southeast of the city in Otis.




Blog Updated At 3:30 PM MDT Tuesday, July 10, 2018.

Morris Rd In Otis Almost 1.50"
Lakewood 1.00"
East Chapman Rd South of Carlsbad 1:00"
Sierra Vista Near The Carlsbad Airport .80"
2 Miles North of Lakewood .75"
A Davis Personal Weather Station on Chapman Road .62"
Carlsbad Climate Co-Op Station .61"
Carlsbad Airport ASOS .47"
A Personal Weather Station In Lakewood .46"
East of Lake Arthur .16"
Our Home In Northwest Carlsbad .13"
Runyan Ranches SE of Elk .04"
Queen Raws .03"

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