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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 17, 2017 at 3:22:24 pm CST

National Weather Service Albuquerque, NMNational Weather Service Lubbock, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TX
National Weather Service El Paso, TXZoom
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National Weather Service San Angelo, TX
National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio, TX

Showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible into tonight. No severe weather is expected, and rainfall amounts will be light. Precipitation will gradually diminish overnight, with low temperatures in the 30s across the area. While a few locations across Southeast New Mexico and the northwestern Permian Basin could see lows below freezing, rain is expected to mostly diminish before this occurs, thus while a brief window of freezing rain is possible, impacts are expected to be minimal.
Temperatures will rebound back to near normal on Wednesday, with no precipitation expected. While it will still be cloudy Wednesday morning, the clouds are expected to clear out, with mostly sunny skies expected by the afternoon.
Here's a map of where the rain fell over the weekend with the 48 hour rainfall totals as of 12 PM CST Monday.