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Flash Flood Watches Remain In Effect - Another Historic Flash Flood Event Shaping Up?

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6-26-2021. Cumulonimbus Cloud. Looking East At Brantley Lake Dam. GRLevel3_2.0. NWS Midland Doppler Radar. 24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals. GRLevel3_2.0. Cannon AFB Doppler Radar. 24-Hour Estimated Rainfall Totals. 24-Hour MRMS Rainfall Totals. New Mexico Mesowest 36-Hour Rainfall Totals. CoCoRaHS 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Weather Underground 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Thunderstorms moved from northwest to southeast early this morning (around 3:30 AM MDT) and into the Carlsbad area. A Personal Weather Station (PWS) reported 1.91" in the north La Huerta area of town. While on the southern end the Carlsbad Airport only reported a trace of rain. Demonstrating once again how a thunderstorm can be either feast or famine with its associated rainfall.  West Texas Mesonet 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Lamesa, Texas Gets Slammed. Lamesa, Texas had 88 mph thunderstorm wind gusts, a tornado nearby, large hail, downed trees, power lines, and widespread street flooding were reported. Very heavy rain

Widespread Significant Heavy Rainfall Event Shaping Up!

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5-31-2021. South Of Roswell, New Mexico. Flash Flooding From 3" - 6" Of Rainfall. Computer Model Storm Total Rainfall Forecasts. ECMWF. Valid This Afternoon - 6 PM MDT Tuesday, June 29, 2021. GFS. Valid This Afternoon - 6 PM MDT Tuesday, June 29, 2021. WPC. Valid This Afternoon - 6 PM MDT Tuesday, June 29, 2021. National Weather Service (NWS). Valid This Afternoon - 6 PM MDT Tuesday, June 29, 2021. ECMWF 10-Day Rainfall & Temperature Forecasts. RTMA Temperatures. At 4:15 PM MDT Saturday, June 26, 2021. Hurricane Enrique IR Satellite Image. At 3:41 PM MDT Saturday, June 26, 2021. NHC Eastern Pacific Hurricane Enrique Forecast Track. Widespread Significant Heavy Rainfall Event Shaping Up! Everything appears to be coming together for a rather significant cool down and an extended period of heavy rainfall for the area. We will have to watch what happens to the moisture that Hurricane Enrique potentially could send northward into the region this upcoming week. If anything his

Drought Busting Rains Coming Along With Major Heat Relief!

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NWS Midland GRLevel3_2.0. (Storm Total Rainfall Estimates). Cannon AFB GRLevel3_2.0. (Storm Total Rainfall Estimates). NWS MRMS Storm Total Rainfall. Locally Heavy Rain Has Already Fallen. Thunderstorm activity picked up Wednesday afternoon and increased somewhat yesterday afternoon. A couple of severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for a broken line of thunderstorms that formed west of the Hobbs and Eunice areas Thursday afternoon. Local radar estimates indicate that maybe 3.50" of rain fell in a few spots west and southwest of Hobbs. This may be a little high due to hail contamination in the radar returns. Major Changes Coming In Our Weather. ECMWF 500 MB (18,000' MSL) Forecast. Valid At 6 AM MDT Monday, June 28, 2021. Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 6 PM MDT Saturday, June 26, 2021. A significant pattern change will usher in much cooler weather along with widespread heavy to very heavy rains this weekend into next week. A mid-upper level trough of low pressure is forecast

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