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Deep monsoonal moisture combined with a back door cold front and a weather disturbance will lead New Mexico into a very wet period.
A big time crop of thunderstorms will overtake New Mexico on Wednesday.
After a week long monsoon slump we finally broken free Sunday night. Widespread rain left to up to 3/4″ on the valley floor.
The quiet monsoon flow over the state will continue on Saturday
A very spotty monsoon flow will continue over the state through the weekend.
The next 3 to 4 days will be relatively quiet storm wise.
New Mexico will see a break in the widespread storm activity over the next couple of days.
Enough moisture will remain in place over the next 24 to 48 hours to support more scattered showers
Widespread cloud cover today kept storms to a minimum.
A relatively thin monsoon flow will continue to work through the state over the next couple days
The monsoon flow will continue over New Mexico through the rest of the work week and into the weekend.
A decent plume of monsoon moisture will continue to slide up into the state over the next 24 hours.
High-pressure anchored to our east will continue to guide the monsoon flow into New Mexico through most of the work week
Widespread moisture and storms over the state will continue to drop rain through the next couple of days.
A tornado warning has been issued northeast of Socorro County.
After a scattered crop of storms today the storm action will increase again on Thursday.
Widespread storms, which dumped 2 inches and more of rain across a wide area of the state, will back off a bit on Wednesday.
Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties until 4:00 p.m.
Deep moisture across the state will get some help from a cold front tonight and produce widespread storms during the overnight hours.
Officials have cancelled the tornado warning for Guadalupe County, but have issued a severe thunderstorm warning for until 4:15 p.m.