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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 17, 2017 at 2:22:09 pm MST

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Yet another upper-level low pressure system will track over the Borderland on Tuesday. As it passes, expect an increase in clouds and isolated rain showers and mountain snow showers through the day. With some instability also accompanying the storm system a few thunderstorms with small hail are also likely. Otherwise, continued cool with east winds.
Have you ever wondered how El Paso has faired with rainfall dating back to the 1880's? Here's a quick look at mean rain totals for every 10 years from 1881 to 2010. Notice the two consecutive mean deficits below 1 inch near and during the time of the great Dust Bowl...and a peak during the 1980's when the area experienced above normal precipitation on average.

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