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Last Map Update: Thu, May. 25, 2017 at 11:12:27 am CDT

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It will be HOT across Southeast New Mexico and West Texas, with highs in the 90s and 100s areawide. Remember to stay hydrated, and if you work outdoors or have outdoor plans this afternoon or tomorrow, protect yourself from the sun and take frequent breaks in an air conditioned building if possible!
A Red Flag Warning is in effect for the Guadalupe Mountains, Southeast New Mexico Plains, and the Van Horn/Highway 54 Corridor today. Hot temperatures, high winds, and dry fuels will result in conditions favorable for the rapid growth and spread of wildfires, so be cautious! If you see smoke, be sure to report it immediately!
Very strong winds are expected this afternoon and this evening across the Guadalupe Mountains. West winds will increase to 35 to 45 mph, with gusts up to 65 mph. Use caution if traveling through this area!
Hot, dry, and windy conditions will continue Friday, with critical fire weather conditions expected across the Guadalupe Mountains, Southeast New Mexico Plains, and the Van Horn/Highway 54 Corridor. Be cautious, and avoid any activities that could produce a flame or spark!

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