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Strong to Severe Thunderstorms and Excessive Rainfall Across the Southern U.S. Today

Marginally severe thunderstorms capable of strong wind gusts and hail will be possible today across much of central Texas, and during the afternoon across parts of the Southeast U.S. Heavy rain from thunderstorms may bring isolated flash and urban flooding, along with new and renewed rises on rivers and streams throughout East Texas and the lower Mississippi Valley. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Apr. 20, 2024 at 1:43:27 pm MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Warm and dry Spring conditions continue across the Borderland for Friday. Temperatures warmer than normal, with El Paso likely to see it's 2nd consecutive 90 degree day. Very dry surface conditions, with extremely low relative humidity. Abundant morning clouds will give way to sunnier afternoon skies. Winds will be from the southwest and marginally breezy in the afternoon.
This precipitation outlook for the next 7 days looks bleak for our area, but remember, we are in our driest month of the year.
Here is the Climate Prediction Center's Outlook for temperatures and precipitation for May - Jun- July. Probabilities are for warmer and drier than normal conditions for the Borderland.

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