Rain has come to an end from the storms overnight.
Here are some rain totals from the Tech Mesonet from the last 24 hours:
Muleshoe 2.11" (Radar indicated some areas around Muleshoe to have received 3-5")
Denver City 0.62"
TODAY: High near 91 with a light southwest wind 10-15mph. Another chance for storms to develop in the later afternoon and evening hours along the dry line. Again some severe weather is possible with large hail and high wind gusts. The Storm Prediction Center highlights our southeastern counties for a greater risk for this activity where better moisture will be placed. Although not likely an isolated tornado could be possible.
TONIGHT: Storms will likely push out of the area before midnight, then mostly clear with the low near 64.
REST OF WEEK: High will continue to climb to the upper 90s low 100s by the Thursday. Can't rule out a few isolated storms around the area, but most of us will stay hot and dry.
EXTENDED: A low pressure system will drop a cold front and increase a wind speeds throughout the weekend. Cloud cover will increase and temperatures will drop a few degrees.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt will have the next updated forecast and keep you updated on storms this afternoon.