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Another Storm Inbound.

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October 23, 2022. Seven Rivers, NM. Quick Hitting Storm Today Into Friday. ECMWF 500 MB (18,000') Forecasts. Valid At Midnight Wednesday Night. Valid At 6 PM MDT Thursday Evening. Valid At 6 AM MDT Friday Morning. We have had a pretty active fall weather pattern over the past few weeks and this trend will continue. Our latest storm to impact New Mexico and nearby areas was centered over northern Utah at midnight last night. This storm will dive southeastward fairly rapidly today. By sunset it is forecast to be a closed mid-upper level low centered near Albuquerque. By sunrise Friday morning it is forecast to be centered near Andrews in West Texas. Surface Map Analysis & Forecast. Valid At 3 AM MDT Thursday Morning. Valid At 6 PM MDT Thursday Evening. ECMWF Surface Map Forecast. Valid At Midnight Tonight. As the mid level storm dives towards the state today a fast moving surface cold front will sweep across the state. By sunset it will have moved south into far West Texas and th

Storm Summary - Oct 25, 2022.

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October 23, 2022. Armstrong Rd South Of Hope, NM. NWS MesoWest 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. CoCoRaHS 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Local 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Cloudcroft NWS Climate Co-Op Station .92" Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS Station 2.3 Miles S .92". Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS Station 1.8 Miles SW .87". Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS Station 0.4 Miles ESE .55". Capitan CoCoRaHS Station 4.3 Miles WSW .35". Mayhill CoCoRaHS Station 2.8 Miles WNW .24". Artesia NWS Climate Co-Op Station .17". Atoka 4 Miles S of Artesia .16". CoCoRaHS 24-Hour Snowfall Totals. New Mexico 24-Hour Snowfall. (As Of 6 AM MDT Tuesday). New Mexico 24-Hour Snowfall. (As Of 6 AM MDT Tuesday). Local Snowfall Totals. Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS Station 1.8 Miles SW   5.7". Cloudcroft NWS Climate Co-Op Station  4.5". Cloudcroft CoCoRaHS Station 2.3 Miles S  4.5". Nogal CoCoRaHS Station 4.6 SSE  4.0". Sunspot CoCoRaHS Station 0.2 Miles SSW  3.1". NWS MesoWest Peak Wind Gusts. Sunday. Monday.

Windy Today With Rain & Snow Overspreading Parts Of The State.

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October 15, 2022. Carlsbad, New Mexico. Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 6 AM MDT Monday. ECMWF 500 MB (18,000') Forecast. Valid At 6 PM MDT Monday. A strong mid-upper level storm centered over central Nevada early this morning is forecast to close off and drop southeast today into Monday. By Monday afternoon the center of the storm should be located over Eastern New Mexcio. At the surface a Pacific cold front located over the Great Basin this morning will dive southeast reaching the Four Corners late this afternoon. The front will continue moving southeastward tonight and is forecast to arrive in Southeastern New Mexic before sunrise Monday morning. Behind the front and the mid-upper level closed low a colder airmass will overspread the region today into Tuesday.  Many of the valley and lower elevations of the state particuarly over northern, centeral, and eastern New Mexico will see their first freeze of the seaon Tuesday morning. Roswell, Tatum, and the lower valley locations of t

Strong Fall Storm This Weekend Into Early Next Week.

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October 1, 2022. Cloudcroft, New Mexico. GFS 500 MB (18,000') Forecast. (Valid At 6 PM MDT Saturday). GFS 500 MB (18,000') Forecast. (Valid At 6 AM MDT Sunday.) GFS 500 MB (18,000') Forecast. (Valid At 6 PM MDT Monday). GFS 200 MB (39,000') Jet Stream Forecast. (Valid At Noon MDT Sunday). Surface Map Forecast. (Valid Monday). Strong Fall Storm This Weekend Into Early Next Week. Major changes in the upper air pattern over the Western U.S. will be reflected by a strong fall storm that will affect New Mexico's weather Saturday into Tuesday. A deep mid-level storm will develop over the Pacific Northwest on Saturday. This deep and cold closed mid-level low will then swing east into the Great Basin by Sunday. Then drop southeast into Southeastern New Mexico Monday afternoon.The subtropical jet stream will phase or merge with the polar jet stream over New Mexico Saturday night into Sunday. For the first time this fall season a strong Pacific cold front will sweep across Ne

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