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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service El Paso TX/Santa Teresa NM
1204 PM MDT Sun Jun 26 2022

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-
1204 PM MDT Sun Jun 26 2022

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of south central
New Mexico, southwest New Mexico, and southwest Texas.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon and Tonight
The moisture of the past several days will continue to linger
around the area for most of the new week ahead. An upper high over
northern Texas will continue the southerly flow today and Monday.
The best chances of rain will be over the mountains and west of
the Rio Grande Valley. Gusty winds will be possible with the
strongest storms.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday
Scattered thunderstorms are expected each afternoon, with the
potential for isolated instances of flash flooding. On Wednesday,
a pattern change occurs where drier air begins moving in over the
CWA. Storm chances likely limited mostly diurnally over the

Spotter activation will not be necessary, however rain and storm
reports will be welcome.


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
405 AM MDT Sun Jun 26 2022

Lower Yampa River Basin-Central Yampa River Basin-
Roan and Tavaputs Plateaus-Elkhead and Park Mountains-
Upper Yampa River Basin-Grand Valley-Debeque to Silt Corridor-
Central Colorado River Basin-Grand and Battlement Mesas-
Gore and Elk Mountains/Central Mountain Valleys-
Central Gunnison and Uncompahgre River Basin-
West Elk and Sawatch Mountains-Flat Tops-
Upper Gunnison River Valley-Uncompahgre Plateau and Dallas Divide-
Northwest San Juan Mountains-Southwest San Juan Mountains-
Paradox Valley/Lower Dolores River-
Four Corners/Upper Dolores River-Animas River Basin-
San Juan River Basin-Southeast Utah-Eastern Uinta Mountains-
Eastern Uinta Basin-Tavaputs Plateau-Arches/Grand Flat-
La Sal and Abajo Mountains-Canyonlands/Natural Bridges-
405 AM MDT Sun Jun 26 2022

This hazardous weather outlook is for eastern Utah and western

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

Fairly widespread showers and storms are expected this afternoon
and evening, especially across the San Juan mountains and the
adjacent valleys. Periods of heavy rain, gusty outflow winds and
frequent lightning are possible within any stronger storms.
Showers and storms likely linger well into the overnight hours
across the southern third of eastern Utah and western Colorado
before diminishing towards daybreak Monday morning.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday

Monsoon moisture will continue to fuel daily showers and
thunderstorms with varying coverage through the end of the week.
Drier air on Monday and Tuesday should keep shower and storm
activity fairly isolated with a low risk of heavy rainfall. By
Wednesday, coverage is expected to become more widespread which
then may continue on Thursday and Friday. A return back to less
active weather is possible on Saturday.


Due to the KGJX weather radar being down for maintenance, spotters
are encouraged to report any observations of strong thunderstorms
producing hail, gusty winds, heavy rain, flash flooding, etc.


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