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Heavy rain threat continues through Saturday from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible over the Southwest and Rockies.

Widespread showers and thunderstorms will continue over much of the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast and the Ohio valley through the weekend. The central Appalachians and the lower Great Lakes/Ohio valley will likely have the higher rainfall amounts. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible this weekend as well from the desert southwest/southern Rockies northward to the northern Rockies and High Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Sep. 30, 2016 at 7:43:09 pm MDT

National Weather Service Flagstaff, AZNational Weather Service Albuquerque, NMNational Weather Service Lubbock, TX
National Weather Service Tucson, AZZoom

National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Residual subtropical moisture will give us a risk for isolated showers and thunderstorms this evening with westerly winds bringing drier and warmer weather to the area this weekend.
Westerly winds will bring warm mostly sunny weather to southern New Mexico and west Texas on Saturday. There will be a slight chance for mainly high mountain thunderstorms east of El Paso but otherwise dry weather will occur across the region. High temperatures will be in the lower and middle 80s lowlands with upper 60s to upper 70s mountains.
Plenty of rain fell across the Borderland last evening, overnight, and this morning. Here are the early morning reports from the CoCoRaHS site. We're always looking to expand the network of volunteers to get more reports. Go to the website: to see the actual amount at each reporting site, and to learn more about joining the network.

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