Local 24-Hour And 7-Day Rainfall Totals.


September 21st, 2019.
Sierra Blanca Peak West Of Ruidoso, New Mexico.

(As Of 6 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 22nd, 2019).














(Red Totals= 7-Day Totals).







(As Of 8 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 22nd, 2019).







Our first rain maker has come and gone. Our second mid and upper-level storm is forecast to affect the local area Monday into the end of the upcoming work week. Some of the heavier storm totals reported over the past week include:

Mayhill 2.8 WNW 3.17"

Otis PWS (SE of Carlsbad) 2.23"

 N Carlsbad PWS 1.80"
Mayhill 4.0 SSE 1.73"
Tatum 1.6 ESE 1.55"
Carlsbad PWS 1.18"
Lovington PWS 1.17"

We ended up with .95" here at our home in northwest Carlsbad which makes this the heaviest 24-hour rainfall total of the year to date. A PWS (Personal Weather Station) on Albert Street in Carlsbad reported 1.18". Rainfall totals across the Pecos Valley ranged from around a half of an inch to a little over an inch yesterday except for the Roswell area.

Local Street Flooding In Carlsbad Saturday Afternoon.




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