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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 22, 2017 at 6:51:14 pm MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Flash Flood likely tonight mainly in mountainous regions and areas west of the Continental Divide. Moist unstable air will flow into southern New Mexico and west Texas through most of next week. As a result showers and thunderstorms with locally heavy rains will move through much of the Borderland over the next seven days. Temperatures will remain seasonably warm.
Monsoon season is in full swing across the Borderland with deep moisture streaming over the region. With daytime heating the atmosphere will once again become unstable with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms resulting. Some storms will produce heavy rain with potential for Flash Flooding. Keep an eye to the sky and seek shelter and move to higher ground if storms develop in your area.
Another day...another round!....of showers and thunderstorms across the Borderland. Plenty of moisture will couple with daytime heating to generate scattered to numerous storms and areas of heavy rain.
A very moist atmosphere, along with an unstable airmass, will lead to areas of heavy rainfall and potential flash flooding this afternoon into early Sunday morning. The best locations for this potential include the Sacramento Mountains, the Black Range and Gila Wilderness of west central New Mexico, and Hidalgo County in southwest New Mexico. 2-3 inches of rain is possible with locally even higher amounts. This could lead to flash flooding and poses a dangerous threat to people near the heavy rain. The remainder of the area including the El Paso/Las Cruces metroplex, could also see heavy rain and some flooding, and may be added to the watch later.

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