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Barry Fading Away; Attention Turns To Major Summer Heat Wave

Post-Tropical Barry continues to steadily weaken and will fade away over the next day or two. The decaying system may still produce very heavy rainfall and possible flash flooding from the Lower Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley. Attention on the weather then shifts from Barry to a major summer heat wave mid to late week into the weekend, across much of the Central and Eastern states. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 16, 2019 at 8:20:21 am MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

High pressure aloft will keep the temperatures hot across the Borderland again on Tuesday. High temperatures in the El Paso area will range from 104 to 106 degrees, after a fairly warm night. A Heat Advisory is in effect for today through Wednesday morning. We also expect to see a slightly better chance for rain shower and thunderstorm development, starting in the higher terrain of the Gila Region, New Mexico Bootheel, and Sacramento Mountains by the afternoon, with storms working into the lowlands in the evening. That could mean gusty outflow winds late in the day. Keep an eye on family, friends, and pets, making sure they have water, shade, and a place to stay cool.

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