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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul 14, 2024 at 8:26:17 am MDT

Drier air has moved into much of the Borderland as of Friday. For Saturday, sunny skies and very warm temperatures will rule the day. A bit more moisture in the far west gives that area a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms, mainly over Grant and Hidalgo Counties
Sunday: Mainly quiet conditions are expected as high pressure dominates our weather. However, there is a less than 15% chance for showers and thunderstorms to areas along the Continental Divide and southern Hudspeth county. The winds will be generally light to breezy and from the east southeast. The skies will be mostly sunny with the afternoon high temperatures above the average.
Rain and thunderstorm chances will increase as the week progresses after Sunday. As rain chances increase, so does the possibility of excessive rainfall. NWS Weather Prediction Center has issued marginal Excessive Rainfall Outlooks for Sunday through next Wednesday. The graphic illustrates how our increasing rain chances will spread from west to east through the week with the entire area covered by Wednesday. The remainder of the week will be similar to Wednesday with abundant moisture in the area to fuel scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms each day.
Here is the 7 day temperature outlook for southern New Mexico and far west Texas. Afternoon temperatures will start out warm, a little above seasonal averages. However, as rain chances increase later in the week, day time temperatures are expected to cool down several degrees and will actually be a few degrees below normal by the end of the week.

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