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Severe Thunderstorms Expected for Portions of the Northeast; Mountain Snow and Heavy Rain Persist in the West

Severe thunderstorms will continue to develop across the Upper Ohio Valley region into portions of the interior Northeast through this evening. Damaging winds are the main threat however, large hail and a couple of tornadoes are also possible. A Pacific storm in the West continues to persist producing mountain snow and moderate to locally heavy coastal/valley rain. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Apr 15, 2024 at 7:46:22 am CDT

A Red Flag Warning is in effect Monday and Monday evening for Southeast New Mexico and most of West Texas. Relative humidity will be as low as 4 percent, with wind gusts up to 60 mph (stronger in the mountains). Do not drive or pull over onto dead grass, field strip your cigarettes, do not engage in burning of any kind, and if you see smoke or a fire, report it immediately!
A High Wind Warning is in effect Monday and Monday night for the Guadalupe and Delaware Mountains, as well as the Eddy and Culberson County Plains. A Wind Advisory is in effect Monday and Monday night for the Davis Mountains, Davis Mountain Foothills, and Lea County.
There is a low risk of severe storms Monday afternoon and night, manly across the Western Low Rolling Plains and eastern Permian Basin. Any severe storms that do develop will be accompanied by large hail, and/or damaging winds, and/or an isolated tornado. Monitor the forecast today and tomorrow, ensure weather alerts on your smart devices are turned on, ensure you have multiple ways to receive warnings, have a plan in place, and know where to go and what to do if severe weather strikes.
Unseasonably warm temperatures expected Monday and Wednesday! Monday, under mostly cloudy skies and windy conditions, highs will range from the mid 60s in the Guadalupe Mountains to a balmy 109 along the Rio Grande. Severe afternoon thunderstorms will be possible in the east. Tuesday, under mostly sunny skies, highs will range from around 60 in the Guadalupe Mountains to the mid 90s along the Rio Grande. Wednesday, under mostly sunny skies, highs will range from the mid 60s in the Guadalupe Mountains to 100 along the Rio Grande.

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