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Last Map Update: Mon, Jul. 24, 2017 at 4:51:13 pm MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

High pressure aloft over the region will continue to circulate Monsoon driven moisture and embedded disturbances across the borderland from the south and east. This will result in more heavy rain with flash flooding likely overnight. The El Paso area could in fact experience another round of widespread showers and storms later this evening. The moist airmass in place over the area will maintain morning lows a little above normal.
If Monday's forecast looks like a carbon-copy of the forecast over the past several days, it's because it IS (with only minor adjustments). Deep monsoon moisture continues to stream into the Borderland from the east and south. This abundant summer moisture will again result in scattered rain showers and thunderstorms across the area during the afternoon and evening hours. Variable skies, with early sun and afternoon clouds. Watch out for areas of heavy rain and potential for local flash flooding.

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