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Last Map Update: Sun, Sep. 24, 2017 at 3:48:27 am CDT

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Widespread thunderstorms are expected through tonight...mainly from Southeast New Mexico south. The greatest hazard will be flash flooding resulting from heavy rainfall. The strongest storms will also be accompanied by frequent lightning, nickle-sized hail, and gusty winds to 55 mph.
A strong, slow-moving upper level storm system over Nevada will combine with abundant moisture to produce heavy rainfall through at least Sunday morning across Southeast new Mexico and much of West Texas.
Here is the latest 7 day rainfall outlook for our region. Flooding may become a threat heading 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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