Current Weather 2.1 NNW Downtown Carlsbad, NM.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Time To Transition From Winter To Spring.


Upper-Level Low Was Located Just Off The Southern California Coast.
There Isn't A Lot Of Mid-Level Subtropical Moisture Associated With It.
The Pacific Ocean Is Cooler Than Normal Due To The Ongoing La Nina,
So There Is Less Available Moisture For These Storms To Work With.


It Shows The Upper Level Storm Digging Southward Just
Off The Southern California Coast. Southwesterly Flow Aloft
Covers The Desert Southwest.


Our Southern California Storm Opens Up Into An Open Trough Of Low Pressure, And Moves Across SE New Mexico As Another Dry-Windy Storm.

Most Of Us Here In SE NM Will See High Temps In The Upper 70's - Low 80's
This Week. Strong SW Winds Will Return Wednesday Afternoon & Thursday.

A Red Flag Warning Is In Effect For The Guadalupe Mtn's Today.
A Fire Weather Watch Has Been Issued For SE NM For Thursday.


The Dryline Becomes Established Across West Texas,
As Low-Level Gulf Of Mexico Moisture Surges Northwestward.

A Dry Pacific Cold Front Approaches NM From AZ In
Association With The Upper Level Storm Approaching

A Few T-Storms May Break Out Across
Parts Of West & Central Texas, Along And East Of The
Dryline Wednesday Night Into Thursday Morning. A Few Of
These May Become Severe Wednesday Evening.


There Is A Slight Risk Of Severe T-Storms Within The Green Circle.
The Seasons First Severe Weather Outbreak Will Likely
Occur On Thursday As The Upper-Level Storm Moves
Eastward Across The Southern States.

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