Chris’ Sunday Evening Forecast

Chris' Sunday Forecast

Storms were late in firing Sunday afternoon in Western New Mexico.   But, the coverage should continue to expand in that parts of the state tonight with areas of heavy rain possible.  Flash flood watches continue for parts of southwestern New Mexico until midnight tonight.   Moisture will continue to be pumped into central and western sections on Monday before we start to dry out by mid-week.  It looks like Monday could be a fairly active day for New Mexico then storms will be confined to the mountains for the middle of the week.

Flash Flood Watches through Midnight Sunday

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  • Chris’ Sunday Forecast | Denver Daily Digest

    […] Western New Mexico will be favored for storms this afternoon and the Northern Mountains could be a bit more active today compared to Saturday afternoon. Flash Flood Watches continue for parts of Catron and Socorro Counties through midnight tonight. Eventually an area of high pressure that is currently [READ MORE HERE] […]

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