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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 25, 2017 at 4:27:04 pm MDT

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Thunderstorms will increase in areal coverage from the Continental Divide over central and into eastern New Mexico for the rest of the afternoon. A few of the storms will be strong to severe with large hail, wind gusts to 60 mph and dangerous lightning. Locally heavy rainfall may create flows of water in normally dry arroyos and stream beds. Stay away from ditches!
Storms will generally move toward the east or southeast at 10 to 15 mph. Large hail, damaging wind and heavy downpours can be expected. Another active day is expected Monday, especially east of the central mountain chain.
An active thunderstorm pattern can be expected today and tonight. Strong to severe storms will be possible mainly during the afternono and evening east of the Continental Divide to the high plains of eastern New Mexico to include the Rio Grande Valley.
An active night with some severe storms with large hail and strong wind gusts as well as locally heavy rain, central and east. Widespread heavy rainfall possible later this evening and overnight for portions of the eastern plains. Stay away from arroyos and ditches, and take cover if threatening weather approaches!
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible again on Monday, namely from the Continental Divide to the central mountain chain with storms also pushing into the eastern plains of the state. Temperatures will remain 5 to to 10 degrees below normal in the eastern plains of NM while readings remain seasonal in the central and western portions of the state.
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