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Monday, September 22, 2014 - 11:19pm


Weather Radar

Flash Flood watch extended through noon Tuesday

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 7:07am

The borderland got hit hard Monday as Former Hurricane Odile's moisture was pushed back to the borderland.

The National Weather Service reported 6.36" of rain in the northeast.

The air port registered a little more than half an inch from yesterday's rain.

Rain chances will stick with us Tuesday morning into the early afternoon hours, which is why the National Weather Service has extended one last time our Flash Flood Watch through noon Tuesday.

Slightly direr air will mix in starting late Tuesday and look for most of the late day heat caused storms to stay up around the area mountains both Tuesday and Wednesday.

We will see a break from this rain through Thursday afternoon before an upper wave moves into our region and increases our rain chances once again Thursday evening into Saturday.

Flooding will be an issue once more for the borderland this weekend. Please get your sandbags ready and take precaution for the next round of storms moving into our region Thursday.

-Forecaster Monica Cortez

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