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Last Map Update: Thu, Mar. 21, 2019 at 12:40:03 pm MDT

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A potent storm system will bring rain and mountain snow showers along with some thunderstorms over all but the eastern plains today.
A few strong or severe storms will be possible today and Friday across portions of New Mexico. Large hail and strong wind gusts are the main threats.
The next storm system will cross New Mexico today through Friday. Rain showers, thunderstorms, and mountain snow will move through the state. Locations above 7500 feet may pick up 4 to 10" of snow, primarily Thursday night and Friday.
More rain and mountain snow showers with isolated thunderstorms. Storms could be strong across the eastern plains Thursday afternoon. Drier air will work into the southwest.
After the recent severe storms across southeast New Mexico, we hope you consider joining us for a SKYWARN Spotter Talk in Roswell on March 26th. Here is your chance to become a citizen science, learn about clouds, thunderstorms, and severe weather safety.

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