Moisture lingers as a passing low pressure system weakens.
We saw round two of these thunderstorms roll through El Paso, Las Cruces and other parts of the borderland Monday night.
These storms placed West El Paso, Canutlillo, Vinton and Westway under a flood advisory and had about .5inches of rain dumped by these storms last night.
Expect this active wet weather pattern will continue over the borderland for a couple of more days as a slow moving low pressure system weakens.
Showers and storms will be more frequent generally east of Deming, meaning you can expect possible moderate to heavy rainfall mainly for portions of Otero and Hudspeth counties today.
Temperatures will remain a few degrees below normal today and Wednesday as cloud cover and
moisture act to keep our highs down.
By Thursday, we will begin to dry out and heat up.
Expect highs in the 80's once again lasting through Sunday, before a cool front sweeps through the area, bringing us cool temperatures and breezy conditions. As far as rain, it's not looking too promising next week.
-Forecaster Monica Cortez