Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am


Showers continue Monday through Wednesday

Monday, October 20, 2014 - 4:20am

We saw showers last night get pretty intense producing plenty of lightning and hail in some areas.

The weather caused several poweroutages across the area and momentarily flooded several streets.

We recorded .88" of rain by the airport Sunday night which broke the daily maximum record of .36" of rain set back in 1907.

We are expecting to see more rain today through Wednesday.  There is a low pressure system moving toward the borderland coming in from Mexico. This will generate more scattered showers today and into the evening hours.

The showers will continue Tuesday for the borderland, as the low pressure exists our area.

Then we see an upper wave sweep through brining in more moisture and sustaining our rain chances for Wednesday.

We are expecting to dry out by Thursday through the weekend as we heat up into the 80's once again.

-Forecaster Monica Cortez

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