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Last Map Update: Sun, Aug. 20, 2017 at 2:04:28 pm CDT

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A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for western portions of the area, including Eddy county, the Guadalupe Mountains, and the Van Horn/Hwy 54 Corridor until 6 AM MDT Monday morning. Heavy rainfall enhanced by terrain could result in the flash flooding of arroyos and small streams, as well as urbanized areas. The threat is amplified over areas that have received rainfall over the past few days. Be careful, and ensure you have a plan in case a flash flood warning is issued for your location! Turn Around, Don't Drown!
Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop this afternoon across Southeast New Mexico and West Texas, and persist into this evening. Heavy rainfall and localized flooding continue to be the primary concerns with storms that develop. The heavy rain and potential flooding threat could continue overnight, especially across western portions of Eddy and Culberson counties.
Most of the region will see clear to partly cloudy skies on Monday. Cloudier conditions are forecasted for southeastern New Mexico and the mountain areas.

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