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Critical Fire Weather Conditions For Parts of the West & Plains; Strong Cold Front Over Central U.S.

Dry and gusty conditions will continue to bring critical fire weather conditions to portions of the Plains and Western U.S. Meanwhile, a cold front will gradually advance eastward over the central and eastern states. Showers and thunderstorms - some locally heavy - are likely ahead of the front. Much cooler and below normal temperatures are expected behind the front. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Sep. 29, 2020 at 12:53:11 am MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

Expect clear skies overnight, with much cooler temperatures behind last night's back door cold front. Winds will quickly diminish after dark, allowing for strong radiational cooling. Temperatures will drop below freezing in parts of the Sacramento Mountains, and will come very close in the Upper Gila River valley.
Quiet and fair weather is expected on Monday. Sunny skies, winds from the southeast between 5 to 15 mph and mild temperatures will be in store for the Borderland.

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