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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 25, 2017 at 5:25:04 pm MDT

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Yesterday's Highs and Low temperatures and past 24 hour precipitation.
Showers and thunderstorms continue across northern and central New Mexico late this afternoon. Some of these storms will deliver heavy rain and minor flooding to arroyos, streams, roads and low-lying areas.
Pretty good coverage of showers and storms this evening across the west, with a general decrease going east. Isolated thunderstorms will survive into the northeast, but the southeast will be nearly rain free.
Abundant atmospheric moisture will combine with slow storm motion to produce locally heavy rainfall amounts near two inches, especially across east central and northeast New Mexico where a weak backdoor front will help to kick-off late day storms.
Dew point temperature is one of many parameters used to monitor moisture surges of the North American Monsoon across the Southwestern U.S.
Yesterday's high and low temperatures and precipitation across New Mexico.

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