30-Day Rainfall Totals & Anomaly's - Chance For T-Storms Into The Weekend.




New Mexico Past 30-Day Rainfall Anomaly's.



Texas Past 30-Day Rainfall Anomaly's.


Overall rainfall over most of New Mexico was close to the 30-year normal totals. There were pockets of slight above (green shades) normal totals and pockets of slightly below (brown shades) normal totals. 

Texas on the other hand is making out like a bandit rainfall-wise. Notice how much of the state is covered in green and blue shades which indicate rainfall totals ranging anywhere from around an inch above normal up to eleven inches above normal! 

Chance For Scattered Thunderstorms Tonight Into The Weekend.


Valid At Midnight Saturday Night.

Our chances for rain go up tonight into Sunday as a weak cold front stalls over the local area and a couple of upper level disturbances move overhead. The latest run of the NAM model hints that scattered thunderstorms could drop pockets of locally heavy rain between tonight and Sunday afternoon. A few locations could end up with 1" to 2" of rain according to this model forecast. Not everyone will get a soaking rain but those who do may end up with decent totals.

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