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Last Map Update: Tue, Feb. 20, 2018 at 4:33:11 am MST

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Large Pacific storm system moving into the Rockies, will bring more unsettled weather to southern NM and far west TX. Look for scattered snow showers above 7000 ft initially, with snow levels falling to 6000 ft by morning. Up to 3-5 inches of wet snowfall is possible above 7000 overnight. The gusty west-southwest winds will also continue, with gusts as high as 50 mph at higher elevations and down east facing slopes of area mountains. This includes east El Paso.
A storm system will bring high winds and mountain snows to the Borderland Monday and Monday night.
Somewhat Tuesday behind a Pacific cool front. The upper-level storm system remain in place to our west and that will keep the region's weather a bit unsettled. Winds won't be nearly as strong as they were Monday, but still breezy across the Borderland. Still clouds in the area skies, with some of us seeing those isolate lowland rain showers, and mountain snow showers. Rain and snow amount look relatively light. The Gila is the region with the best chances for snow...and there is a Snow Advisory in place for that area.

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