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Arctic Cold Front to Bring Areas of Heavy Snow and Much Below Normal Temperatures to the Central U.S.

A strong cold front will sag south across the central U.S. today through this weekend with heavy snow and gusty winds from the northern Rockies into the central Plains, Great Lakes, and eventually the Northeast. Much below normal temperatures will spread across much of the northwest and north-central U.S. this weekend into next week. Heavy rain near the Gulf may bring flooding in the South. Read More >

All time heavy rainfall events for El Paso

6.50 inches July 9, 1881

1.   3.52 inches July31-August 1, 2006
2.   3.32 inches July 21-22, 1880
3.   2.97 inches September 16-18, 2014
4.   2.89 inches August 11-12 2005
5.   2.75 inches June 30-July 1, 1897
6.   2.63 inches July 5-6, 1968
7.   2.52 inches September 10-11, 1958
8.   2.45 inches August 22, 1906
9.   2.44 inches September 21-22, 1974
10 .2.40 inches May 17-18, 1992
11. 2.31 inches August 25-26, 1884
12. 2.30 inches August 8-9, 1984
13. 2.21 inches September 20-21, 1982
14. 2.15 inches September 21-22, 1941
15. 2.08 inches June 27-28, 2021
16. 2.07 inches May 20-21, 1895
17. 2.07 inches September 18-19, 1883
18. 2.07 inches September 28-29, 1932
19. 2.06 inches July 16-17, 1914
20  2.01 inches September 11-12, 1975
21. 2.00 inches August 29, 1878
22. 2.00 inches August 31, 1957
23. 1.95 inches August 13-14, 2004
24. 1.90 inches September 12, 2013
25. 1.86 inches September 17, 2014
26. 1.85 inches June 28, 2009
27. 1.79 inches September 11-12, 1964
28. 1.77 inches October 8-9, 1945
29. 1.77 inches August 25-26, 1972
30. 1.77 inches July 26 2008

 

                               Monthly extreme, 8.18 inches in July 1881 

Hourly extreme, 2.18 inches on Sept. 20, 1982