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Cold Front This Afternoon - 30-Degrees Cooler Monday.

RTMA Temperatures. Valid At 12:30 PM MDT Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. RTMA 24-Hour Temperature Difference. Valid At 12:30 PM MDT Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. U.S. Temperatures. Noon MDT, Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. U.S. Wind Chill Temperatures. Noon MDT, Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. Surface Map Analysis. Valid At 9 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. Update at 2:42 PM MDT Sunday, Sept 27, 2020. A Wind Advisory is in effect for Eddy, Lea, Chaves, Roosevelt, and Curry Counties as well as all much of West Texas and Southern New Mexico for tonight into Monday morning. Northerly winds sustained at 25 to 35 mph with gusts near 50 mph are forecast. As of noontime, we had already reached 100º here at our home in Carlsbad. While further to the north in eastern Colorado they have fallen into the mid 40's behind the cold front. This represents a change in temperature of some 35º colder than 24-hours ago. The cold front was located near the Clovis and Portales area this morning and is currently moving southward a little

Near Record To Record Highs Today & Sunday - Next Cold Front Arrives Sunday Night.

9-22-2020. Sunrise On The NM/TX State Line. Blog Updated 8:17 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 27, 2020 . Next Fall Cold Front Arrives Sunday Night. GFS 500 Millibar (18,000' MSL) Forecast. Valid At 6 AM MDT. Monday, September 28, 2020. A strong short wave trough of low pressure at the mid-levels of the atmosphere is forecast to slide eastward across the northern U.S. states today into Sunday, then it will shift southeast into the central plains Monday into Tuesday. By sunrise Monday morning this mid-level trough of low pressure will have moved into the northeastern and eastern plains of New Mexico. Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 6 PM MDT.  Sunday, September 27, 2020. As the mid-level short wave trough swings across areas to our north, it will drive a cold front southward and westward into New Mexico Sunday afternoon into Monday. The surface front is forecast to arrive in Southeastern New Mexico between sunset Sunday and midnight. After seeing near-record to record high temperatures locally tod

Hit & Miss T-Storms Tonight Into Thursday Night.

Sept 15, 2020. Sunrise Whites City, NM. Scattered T-Storms. GRLevel3_2.00 NWS Midland Dual Pol Doppler Radar. Scattered thunderstorms dot the area as of 4 PM MDT this Wednesday afternoon. Some are moving to the southeast, some to the southwest, and some of them to the south. We have a 20% chance of getting wet tonight into Thursday night.  NWS NDFD Forecast Lows Tonight. Our nights are cooling off making for some pleasant mornings. High mountain valleys in New Mexico are starting to drop down below freezing. Fall is coming early to New Mexico this year. NWS NDFD Forecast High/Low Temps. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

Hurricane Sally Rapidly Strengthens & Slows Down.

Satellite Images Of Hurrican Sally. (2 PM MDT Monday, Sept 14, 2020). NHC Hurricane Sally Updates. NHC Forecast Track. Local National Weather Service Office Products. Local Statements are prepared by National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices (WFO) giving specific details for their County Warning Area (CWA) on weather conditions, evacuation decisions made by local officials, and other precautions necessary to protect life and property. On this page are links to the Local Statements that have been released within the last 8 hours, as well as links to the homepages of the issuing Weather Forecast Offices. Issuing WFO Homepage Local Impacts Local Statement New Orleans / Baton Rouge, LA Threats and Impacts 152 PM CDT Mon Sep 14 Tallahassee, FL Threats and Impacts 507 PM EDT Mon Sep 14 2020 /407 PM CDT Mon Sep 14 Jackson, MS Threats and Impacts 411 PM CDT Mon Sep 14 Lake Charles, LA Threats and Impacts 413 PM CDT Mon Sep 14 Mobile, AL / Pensacola, FL Threats and Impacts 419 PM CDT Mo

New Mexico Smoke -T-Storms - T.S. Sally.

6:35 PM MDT Friday, Sept 11, 2020. US Hwy 82 Just West Of Artesia. Smoke From The West Coast Fires Obscuring The Sky & Sun. Many Californians, Radical Leftist Politicians, and the Far Left Liberal Media are blaming President Trump for the disaster unfolding across the Western U.S. with the massive outbreak of forest fires . Which is absolutely absurd. Decades of failed mismanagement of the Forests by many of these Western States due to radical Environmental Policies have caused this, not President Trump. Surface Map Analysis. Valid At 6 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 13, 2020. Satellite Images.  8:41 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 13, 2020. RAMMB/CIRA GeoColor Satellite Image. 8:41 AM MDT Sunday, Sept 13, 2020. RAMMB/CIRA Water Vapor Satellite Image. Valid At 9:16 AM MDT. Sunday, Sept 13, 2020. NWS Albuquerque/Lubbock GIF Of Smoke Via Twitter. This Sunday morning's satellite images show that mid-level smoke from the West Coast Forest Fires continues to stream across the southern one half of New Mexi

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