Chris’ Thursday Evening Forecast

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Severe Thunderstorms continue to track across the Southeastern half of the state this evening.  The storms could dump large hail, high wind, frequent lightning and there’s still a slight chance for a tornado.  If you find yourself under one of these storms you want to stay inside and away from windows until the storms clear.   Friday will start out dry and cool with a chance for afternoon showers across eastern New Mexico thanks to a cold front that will move in.   This front will trigger more rain for tomorrow across the east, but the storms won’t be as widespread and the storms will not be as strong.  Drier air starts to work in from the west on Saturday this well help temperatures warm back up on Saturday and Sunday especially across the central and western half of the state.

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