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Reported Low Temperatures This Morning - Friday, Oct 11th, 2019.

RTMA Temperatures.
(At 7 AM MDT Friday, Oct 11th, 2019).

12:30 PM MDT Friday, Oct 11th, 2019.

Local temperatures are some 30 to 35-degrees colder at noontime today compared to noontime on Thursday. 
New Mexico Low Temperatures.

New Mexico MesoWest Reported Low Temperatures.
(As of 6 AM MDT Thursday, Oct 11th, 2019).

Historical Record Low Temperatures For Oct 11th.

Historical Record Low Temperatures For Oct 12th.

Time Lapse GIf Of The Cold Fronts Progress South And East.

Here Comes The Cold Front.

Here is a time lapse gif depicting the arctic cold fronts progress to the south and east from midnight last night through Noon MDT Saturday. Current model forecasts indicate that the front should arrive in Southeastern New Mexico between sunset and midnight tonight. Most of the local area will see a 30 to 40-degree drop in temperatures Friday compared to today's highs which are forecast to be in the upper 80's to low 90's. Highs locally on Friday will only be in the 40's and 50's.
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Get Ready For Frost On The Pumpkins - Our First Freeze Comes Early This Year.

RTMA Temperatures At 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

RTMA 24-Hour Temperature Change At 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

A balmy afternoon is underway across New Mexico and surrounding areas although its a tad bit breezy here in Southeastern New Mexico. Southwesterly winds are generally gusting up around 25 to 35 mph across the lower elevations with gusts in the Guadalupe Peak and Pass area approaching 50 mph. 
Local temps as of 3 PM MDT are in the mid to upper 80's at the lower elevations with 60's and 70's in the nearby Guadalupe and Sacramento mountains. Get ready this is fixing to change dramatically beginning in about 24-hours.Contrast our temperatures at 3 PM with the widespread single digits and teens across Wyoming and Montana. Temperatures there have fallen some 35ºF to nearly 50ºF compared to this time yesterday.
Surface Map Analysis At Noon MDT Wednesday.

Surface Map Forecast.
Valid At 6 PM MDT Thursday.
How Cold And How Soon Will It Arrive?
NWS Forecast Low Temperatures Thursday Morning.

Scattered T-Storms Today - A Few May Be Severe. Our First Freeze By Next Saturday?

Scattered Thunderstorms Today & Tonight. (Some May Be Severe).
Storm Prediction Centers Day-1 Severe Weather Outlook.

Widely scattered to scattered thunderstorms are forecast to pop up this afternoon and evening across the local area. A few of these could become severe and produce large hail and damaging thunderstorm wind gusts. Localized heavy rainfall could possibility cause localized flash flooding especially in those areas hardest hit by last weeks heavy rains.
 Our First Freeze By Next Weekend?
Surface Map Forecast.
Valid At 6 AM MDT Thursday, Oct 10th, 2019.
GFS 500 Millibar/18,000' Analysis & Forecasts.
Analyzed At Midnight Monday Night.
GFS 500 Millibar/18,000' Forecast.
Valid At 6 PM MDT Thursday, Oct 10th, 2019.
Winter weather will make a quick return to the northern and central Rockies starting in the far Pacific Northwest tonight and spreading east and southeast into Thursday and Friday. Heavy snows are once again forecast to fall over many of the same areas that got …

After A Week Of Heavy Rains - Much Colder Weather Coming Next Week.

Oct 5th, 2019.
Some of the aspens in the higher elevations above 9,000' are beginning to turn in the Sacramento mountains. But given the late summer heat it appears our leaf changing season will be a little late this year. We saw numerous stock ponds, and other low spots full of water from last weeks heavy rains. That's a good have the countryside soaked up going into winter.
This Mornings Low Temperatures. (6 AM MDT Sunday, Oct 5th, 2019).
RTMA Temperatures At 6 AM MDT.

New Mexico MesoWest Reported Low Temperatures. (6 AM MDT Sunday, Oct 5th, 2019).

We dropped down to a low of 56ºF here at our home in northwest Carlsbad this morning. This is the coolest temperature we've experienced since May 19th when our low was 52ºF. A couple of personal weather stations (PWS) northwest of Mayhill in the Sacramento mountains recorded lows in the upper 30's this morning.
Northern and western New Mexico was seasonably chilly this morning with widespread lows in the 30's and 40…

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