SE NM July 2018 Rainfall Totals.


Between Mayhill & Cloudcroft - July 14th, 2018.
Mist Often Hugs The Mountainsides After A Summer Rain.















Lincoln County July 2018 Rainfall Totals.



Lincoln County Raws July 2018 Rainfall Totals.


Otero County July 2018 Rainfall Totals.





Our annual summer Monsoon kicked in a couple of weeks early (last week or so of June) over much of New Mexico this year. Goods news for most us too. Its been a slow climb upwards towards getting back to our normal or long term average rainfall totals. July was impressive in both ways...meaning that locally we saw a few locations receive above normal rainfall while many are still below normal both for the month and year-to-date.

Heaviest July Totals.

2.9 SW Ruidoso 7.02"

Mayhill Raws 6.80"

Smokey Bear Raws - Ruidoso 5.60"
2.3 S Cloudcroft 5.58"

Bowl Raws - Guadalupe Mtns Natl Park 4.83"
Elk - East Of Mayhill 4.64"

Carlsbad Airport 3.68"

Meanwhile on the northwest side of Carlsbad (and only 6 miles north-northwest of the Carlsbad Airport) I finally managed to squeeze out 1,32" for the month. The Hobbs Climate Co-Op Station only measured ,22". The Hope Climate Co-Op Station only measured .58"and the Roswell Airport .51". As I have stated several times this summer the theme for our rainfall pattern so far has been "hit and miss". 

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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