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Scattered storms, flash flooding possible

Tonight:  Scattered showers and thunderstorms will end this evening leaving most areas partly cloudy during the night. By morning there could be some areas of low cloud cover or patchy fog over the plains mainly north of the Arkansas River. Low temperatures will fall into the 60s for the plains with 50s for most of our local mountain communities and the high mountain valleys.

Sunday:  Partly to mostly cloudy, breezy and cooler with showers and thunderstorms likely to develop during the afternoon. Severe weather is not likely, but areas of heavy rain are expected with any stronger cells. High temperatures will reach the 70s and 80s for most areas, but a few 90s are possible south of the Arkansas River.

Extended:  We expect Monday to remain relatively cool with scattered thunderstorms most likely over and near the mountains or along and south of the Arkansas River. Warmer air and drier conditions are expected for many areas Tuesday through Thursday, although isolated showers and thunderstorms are still possible over and very near the mountains and possibly over the Raton Mesa. By late in the week to next weekend thunderstorms may become more numerous over the plains again.

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Joe Ruch

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