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Last Map Update: Sat, Sep. 23, 2017 at 11:14:27 am CDT

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Rain chances will be on the increase today and tonight. Heavy rainfall resulting in flash-flooding will also be an increasing possibility into next week.
A strong and slow moving upper level storm system over Nevada will combine with abundant moisture to produce the potential for heavy rainfall through tonight across the southeast New Mexico Plains, Guadalupe Mountains and Van Horn Highway 54 Corridor.
Here is the latest 7 day rainfall outlook for our region. Flooding will become a threat this weekend and into next week. Stay tuned for forecast updates.
These photos illustrate how vegetation has dried out in less than a month. Midland and Odessa are both experiencing well below normal precipitation so far this September.

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