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Widespread Excessive Heat and Humidity in Midwest to Spread to East Coast

High pressure building across the Central and Eastern U.S. will produce a dangerous combination of heat and humidity. Heat indices from unusually high dewpoints and well above normal temperatures may reach 110 to 115 degrees. In addition, near record warm low temperatures will limit recovery from hot daytime temperatures. Read More >

Rio Grande, looking downstream, from Big Hill

Rio Grande, looking downstream, from "Big Hill"

This page references hydrologic information and events impacting west Texas and southeast New Mexico. A good starting point for hydrologic information can be found  on the Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS) page, located by clicking "Rivers and Lakes" on the menu bar above. Visit the AHPS home page for more information.  For more information on West Texas and Southeast New Mexico hydrology, contact Jim DeBerry

 

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