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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 16, 2019 at 8:12:05 am MDT

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Highs today will be near to above normal for mid July. Showers and storms will once again favor the northern and western high terrain this afternoon before slowly propagating into the valleys and eastern plains. Storms may produce locally heavy rain due to their slow movement.
Temperatures will soar through the end of the week. Triple digit heat will be common for many across the plains, but several areas will be near records. Remember to stay hydrated and take frequent breaks!
Drier air will spread into northwest New Mexico Wednesday before expanding across the remainder of northern New Mexico Thursday and Friday. Precipitation chances will decrease through the period, but remember it only takes one storm to cause problems!
It's going to be hot this week! Take extra precautions if doing outdoor activities! Drink lots of water, take frequent breaks in the shade, and plan ahead to limit time outdoors during the afternoon, the hottest time of day.
Dewpoint temperature is one of the many parameters used to monitor moisture surges of the North American Monsoon across the Southwest U.S.
This table indicates the probability for thunderstorms over recent wildfire burn scars. This product is for planning purposes only. Refer to the latest weather statements and warnings from the National Weather Service concerning threats for flash flooding.
Are you fascinated by the weather? Do you want to be a citizen scientist? NWS Albuquerque is currently recruiting volunteers for the SKYWARN program and the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS). We'll teach the basics of severe local storms, what to report and how to stay safe. Hope to see you there!

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