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Slow Moving T-Storm Dumps On South Carlsbad 7-22-2019.


NWS Midland Dual Pol Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.





(As Of 8 PM MDT).




(As Of 8 PM MDT).


(As Of 8 PM MDT).



Slow moving thunderstorms dumped on Carlsbad and and nearby areas this afternoon. Radar estimates put the total between 1.00" and 3.00" in and around the city. Widespread street flooding was noted in south Carlsbad. The first thunderstorm rolled into the city around 2:40 PM MDT. The second storm hit the city at 4:20 PM MDT. A Flash Flood Warning was issued by the Midland National Weather Service Office from 4:03 through 7:00 PM MDT for Eddy and Lea Counties including Carlsbad and nearby locations.

Reported rainfall totals in and around Carlsbad include the following:


Overnight I picked up .22" at our home in northwest Carlsbad and another .85" from this afternoons storm for a total of 1.07". This brings my July total to 2.02" and my year-to-date total to 4.62". Still about three inches below normal to date. 

The Carlsbad Airport ASOS was not reporting its rainfall total as of 8 PM MDT. 


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