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Last Map Update: Fri, Jul. 21, 2017 at 7:24:29 pm CDT

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Thunderstorm chances will be confined to the Big Bend and Apache/Davis mountains this evening, with a decrease in thunderstorm activity expected within a few hours of sunset. Overnight lows will be seasonal for mid-July, ranging from the lower 60s at higher elevations of the Guadalupe and Davis Mountains to the mid 70s along the Rio Grande.
Thunderstorms will be possible tonight and Saturday, especially along and west of the Pecos River. The strongest storms will have the potential to produce brief gusty winds, small hail and occasional lightning, Heavy rainfall will be a concern with localized flash flooding possible.

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