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Update On Hurricane Ian At 10:40 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 27, 2022.

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Hurricane Ian RGB Sandwich Satellite Image. At 8:51 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 27, 2022. Hurricane Ian GeoColor Satellite Image. At 9:16 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 27, 2022.  National Hurricane Center (NHC) Discussion. National Hurricane Center Forecast Track. Dangerous Hurricane Ian. Updated at 11:24 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 24th, 2022. Updated at 11:43 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 24th, 2022. Hurricane Ian will be a large and dangerous Hurricane as he makes landfall near the Tampa Bay, Florida area Wednesday night. Current forecasts (as of 10 AM MDT Tuesday, Sept 27, 2022) indicate that he will make landfall as a Category 3 hurricane with sustained winds of 130 mph with gusts near 160 mph. Storm surge in the Tampa Bay area will be 8'-12' and he will drop 12" to 24" of rainfall over parts of Florida. Caution. This is all subject to potential change. There are some model disagreements on the exact track and strength of Ian when he makes landfall. So if you live in that area or anywhere along

Tropical Storm Ian - 3 PM MDT Saturday, Sept 24, 2022.

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High-Resolution Infrared Satellite Image. (At 3:10 PM MDT Saturday, Sept 24, 2022). CIMSS Satellite IR Image. (At 1:30 PM MDT Saturday, Sept 24, 2022). NHC Analysis.  Tropical Storm Ian NHC Discussion. NHC Forecast Track. Computer Model Forecast Tracks. ATCF. U.S. GEFS. European (ECMWF). Canadian (CMC). Tropical Storm Ian continues to slowly strengthen this Saturday afternoon. He is moving to the west at 16 mph and will make a turn to the northwest over the next few days. By Monday night or Tuesday Ian will likely strengthen into a Major Hurricane south of the western tip of Cuba. There is some uncertainty in the computer forecast models concerning Ian's future track as he heads towards the Gulf of Mexico next week. For now, there are no indications that Ian will have any direct influence on our weather here in New Mexico and West Texas. There Are None So Blind As Those Who "Will - Not" To See...107.

One More Day Of T-Storms Then The Monsoon Gets Shutdown Again.

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September 1, 2022. Near Sitting Bull Falls. Southwest Of Carlsbad, NM. NWS Albuquerque Fall Equinox Feature. New Mexico is no stranger to active fall weather. The transition from summer to winter brings delightful relief to the blistering heatwaves of summer. The fall transition is also associated with a wide variety of weather as the jet stream starts visiting the region from the north. Cold blasts, damaging wind storms, severe thunderstorms, heavy snow, and flash flooding can all occur during the fall months, sometimes all on the same day! Fall also brings a glorious display of changing foliage to many areas of the state. MRMS 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. As Of 8 AM MDT  Tuesday, September 20, 2022. MRMS 72-Hour Rainfall Totals. As Of 8 AM MDT  Tuesday, September 20, 2022. New Mexico NWS MesoWest 72-Hour Rainfall Totals. As Of 8 AM MDT  Tuesday, September 20, 2022. Weather Underground 72-Hour Rainfall Totals. As Of 8 AM MDT  Tuesday, September 20, 2022. New Mexico CoCoRaHS 72-Hour Rainfa

New Mexico Rainfall Update & Long-Range Outlooks.

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September 1, 2022. Near Sitting Bull Falls. Southwest Of Carlsbad, NM. New Mexico Rainfall. (Sept 1st - Sept 14th, 2022). New Mexico MesoWest Rainfall. (Jan 1st - Sept 15th, 2022). New Mexico MesoWest Rainfall. (Sept 1st - Sept 15th, 2022). New Mexico CoCoRaHS Rainfall. (Sept 1st - Sept 15, 2022). New Mexico CoCoRaHS Rainfall. (Jan 1st- Sept 15th, 2022). (Sept 1st - Sept 15th, 2022). September has seen for the most part above average rainfall for the state to date. As always is the case some places are above normal while others are below normal. The northern, western, and central mountains have faired the best to date with above-average rainfall. The southeastern plains are lagging behind as is the Four Corners Region.  A CoCoRaHS Station (Cloudcroft) located 0.5 miles north-northwest has already recorded 33.03" of precipitation to date (Jan 1st - Sept 15th) for the wettest spot in the state. The Cloudcroft NWS Climate Co-Op Station has recorded 29.50". The Nogal CoCoRaHS S

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