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Last Map Update: Mon, Aug. 21, 2017 at 2:34:12 am MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Deeper moisture has shifted east of the area, limiting the risk of heavy rainfall to parts of eastern Otero and Hudspeth Counties. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will remain a risk for the rest of the area overnight, but the risk of flash flooding has diminished.
Tomorrow's Solar Eclipse will max out between 11:40 AM and 11:50 AM across the area, with 60-67% of the sun's disk covered (depending on your exact location). During the eclipse maximum, skies will range from Mostly Sunny in the lowlands of SW New Mexico to Mostly Cloudy in eastern Otero and Hudspeth Counties. Showers and thunderstorms tonight will diminish during the morning hours leading up to the eclipse. Still, the most favorable conditions will be in SW New Mexico.
Drier air aloft will result in scattered afternoon thunderstorms in the mountains (especially Sacramento Mountains, but also the Black Range/Gila Region), with isolated thunderstorms in the lowlands late in the afternoon. The partial solar eclipse will max out at 60-65% over the area between 11:40 AM and 11:50 AM MDT, depending on your exact location.

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