We will be ending the month of July on a wet note. The scattered showers and storms that we are tracking this morning will turn into partly to mostly cloudy skies, for a time. It won’t take long for rain and storms to move back overhead. By this evening, more scattered showers and storms will make their way back into the skies of New Mexico. Isolated heavy rain will bring the threat of flooding and flash flooding back to the area. This is a pattern that we’ll need to get use to because now through the weekend we will see additional rounds of rain and storms.
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