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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EL PASO TX/SANTA TERESA NM
616 AM MDT SAT MAY 30 2015

NMZ401>417-TXZ418>424-311230-
UPPER GILA RIVER VALLEY-SOUTHERN GILA HIGHLANDS/BLACK RANGE-
SOUTHERN GILA FOOTHILLS/MIMBRES VALLEY-
SOUTHWEST DESERT/LOWER GILA RIVER VALLEY-LOWLANDS OF THE BOOTHEEL-
UPLANDS OF THE BOOTHEEL-SOUTHWEST DESERT/MIMBRES BASIN-
EASTERN BLACK RANGE FOOTHILLS-SIERRA COUNTY LAKES-
NORTHERN DONA ANA COUNTY-SOUTHERN DONA ANA COUNTY/MESILLA VALLEY-
CENTRAL TULAROSA BASIN-SOUTHERN TULAROSA BASIN-
WEST SLOPES SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS BELOW 7500 FEET-
SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 7500 FEET-
EAST SLOPES SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS BELOW 7500 FEET-OTERO MESA-
WESTERN EL PASO COUNTY-EASTERN/CENTRAL EL PASO COUNTY-
NORTHERN HUDSPETH HIGHLANDS/HUECO MOUNTAINS-SALT BASIN-
SOUTHERN HUDSPETH HIGHLANDS-
RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF EASTERN EL PASO/WESTERN HUDSPETH COUNTIES-
RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF EASTERN HUDSPETH COUNTY-
616 AM MDT SAT MAY 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF NM AND TX.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

BACKDOOR FRONT USHERING IN A MORE MOIST AIRMASS ACROSS THE REGION.
WITH DAYTIME HEATING...STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP ACROSS
SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO AND FAR WEST TEXAS THIS AFTERNOON AND CONTINUE
INTO THE NIGHT TONIGHT. ABUNDANT MOISTURE AND SLOW STORM MOTION WILL
INTRODUCE THE RISK OF LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING...MAINLY EAST OF THE
RIO GRANDE. STORM DYNAMIC PARAMETERS SUGGEST THAT SOME STORMS MAY
BECOME SEVERE PRODUCING MODERATE HAIL OF 1" AND WINDS GUSTS OF 60
MPH.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

MOISTURE WILL REMAIN OVER THE REGION SUNDAY AND MONDAY PROVIDING
CHANCES FOR MAINLY AFTERNOON AND EVENING STORMS BOTH DAYS. STORMS
ARE NOT EXPECTED TO BE SEVERE AS A RULE...BUT A FEW MAY PRODUCE
MODERATE HAIL AND STRONG OUTFLOW WINDS. ISOLATED FLASH FLOODING
CAN`T BE RULED OUT SUNDAY...BUT REDUCED MONDAY. DRY AND HOT
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WITH HEAT BEING THE PRIMARY CONCERN AS THE
LOWLANDS SEE MAX TEMPS IN THE UPPER 90S TO NEAR 100 DEGREES.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY MOISTURE BEGINS TO MOVE BACK IN ALLOWING FOR A
RETURN OF PRECIPITATION AND STORM CHANCES...BEGINNING LATE THURSDAY
AND INCREASING FOR FRIDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO MONITOR LOCAL WEATHER CONDITIONS AND
IMPACTS AND REPORT REAL-TIME TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.


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