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Last Map Update: Sun, Mar. 24, 2019 at 4:26:04 pm MDT

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Breezy to locally windy conditions across eastern NM will diminish during the evening hours. Otherwise, lows will be a degree or two above normal.
Moisture will stream northward into New Mexico Tuesday night ahead of an approaching storm system. The chance for showers and storms will increase over central and eastern New Mexico with brief heavy rain, gusty winds, and small hail possible.
A general warming trend is expected for the first half of the week, before a Pacific cold front pushes through the state Thursday. This front will cool temperatures below normal for all areas by Friday, with the downward trend continuing into next weekend.
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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