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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 20, 2018 at 4:28:29 pm CST

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Lows temperatures tonight will be on the mild side as winds stay up a little and prevent readings from cooling much. Westerly winds will increase on Sunday behind a Pacific Cold Front. Highs will be near normal Sunday afternoon.
A High Wind Warning is in effect for the mountain regions, Southeast New Mexico and western portions of the Permian Basin Sunday. In addition, a High Wind Watch remains in effect for the remainder of the Permian Basin, Lower Trans Pecos and Marfa Plateau during this time. Strong westerly winds will likely be accompanied by blowing dust.
Strong westerly winds will affect the forecast area Sunday. The strong winds, and dry conditions and fuels, will result in high fire danger areawide. Any fires that develop will likely spread rapidly and outdoor burning is not recommended.
Damaging winds could result across Southeast New Mexico and West Texas Sunday afternoon, due to strong mid level winds at the base of a potent upper level storm system mixing down to the surface.

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