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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 27, 2017 at 8:23:11 pm MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Another in a series of upper level low pressure systems will move into New Mexico tonight, bringing winds across area mountains while ushering in slight chances for precipitation over the Gila region later this evening. Morning lows will remain a few degrees above normal, especially across areas with exposure to the wind. Remember when driving through the high country, channeling of winds near steep and elevated terrain can cause sudden and erratic wind changes along the road ahead.
A Pacific storm system will drop in over the region from the west Tuesday and bring a host of weather impacts to the region. First will be increased clouds as moisture arrives with the storm. Winds will also increase becoming windy in the afternoon with strong gusts and dangerous blowing dust across the deserts. There is a wind advisory and blowing dust advisory in effect for the lowlands Tuesday. Isolated to scattered lowland rain and mountain snow showers are also possible. Rain and snow amounts should be generally light. Snow levels staying pretty high elevation. Finally with some instability moving in with the storm the region could see isolated thunderstorms develop in the afternoon and evening hours.

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