6 PM MDT Temperatures. Courtesy Of WeatherBell. Courtesy Of Oklahoma MesoNet Strong Cold Front Overnight! NWS Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 6 AM MDT Wednesday. Here at our home in Carlsbad , we climbed up to 89ºF while the Carlsbad Airport reached 88ºF for a high-temperature today. Artesia 81ºF, Roswell 80ºF, and Hobbs 75ºF. Say goodbye to these readings for a couple of days as a strong cold front moves south through the region tonight. High temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will be in the 50's & 60's warming into the 70's by Friday. Low temperatures Thursday morning will be chilly with most of the lower locations seeing the 30's. Scattered pockets of frost will be possible but at this time an overall killing freeze does not look likely except in the mountains. NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperatures. Wednesday. NWS NDFD Forecast Low Temperatures. Thursday Morning. ECMWF 10-Day Temperature Forecast. The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!
Showing posts from March, 2021
- Other Apps
ECMWF Forecast High Temperatures. Monday, April 5, 2021. Tuesday, April 6, 2021. ECMWF 10-Day Forecast. (Carlsbad, NM). Here Comes Summer? Are you ready to jump into summer yet? Probably not. Last night's European forecast model is forecasting this to happen in a week...the second week of April. Forecast highs first climb up into the low 90's across Southeastern New Mexico and parts of West Texas by Monday, April 5th. Tuesday, April 6th is forecast to see highs in the mid 90's. Normal high/low temperatures for Carlsbad on April 6th is 77ºF/44ºF. Record high for April 5th is 93ºF in 2006 (Carlsbad Airport). Record high for April 6th is 94ºF in 2011 (Carlsbad Airport). Record high for April 6th is 95ºF in 1930 (Carlsbad Co-Op Climate Station). Record high for April 5th is 93ºF in 93ºF in 1967 (Carlsbad Co-Op Climate Station). So if this model is correct we would be entering daily record high-temperature territory on both days. The model trend at this point (March 28th) is mu
- Other Apps
Blog Updated 3-25-2021. March 1, 2021. Carlsbad, New Mexico. 72-Hour New Mexico Snowfall Totals. (As Of 5:00 PM Thursday, March 25, 2021). 72 -Hour Regional Rainfall Totals. (As Of 4 PM MDT Wednesday, March 24, 2021). New Mexico CoCoRaHS Rainfall & Snowfall Reports. (As Of 8 AM MDT Wednesday, March 24, 2021). NWS Albuquerque Rainfall & Snowfall Reports. • 1 SSW CHAMIZAL - 1.50 in. • 1 NNE LEMITAR - 0.70 in. • 2 W CARNUEL - 0.63 in. • 1 NNW PLACITAS - 0.62 in. • 2 NNW PLACITAS - 0.58 in. • 6 NNE TAJIQUE - 0.45 in. • 2 ENE CLAYTON - 0.42 in. • 1 SSW SAN ANTONIO - 0.41 in. • 8 ENE YESO - 0.40 in. • 1 SSE COCHITI LAKE - 0.40 in. • SOCORRO - 0.37 in. • 3 SSW FARMINGTON - 0.34 in. • 1 SW FARMINGTON - 0.33 in. • 2 SSW ARABELA - 0.31 in. • 1 E SOCORRO - 0.31 in. • 1 ESE AZTEC - 0.28 in. • 5 W POJOAQUE - 0.28 in. • 3 NW SOLANO - 0.28 in. • 4 WNW CARNUEL - 0.25 in. • 10 SSW MESA - 0.25 in. • 3 N SEDILLO - 0.24 in. • 1 WSW BERNALILLO - 0.24 in. • 4 NE TIJERAS - 0.23