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ABC-7 First Alert – Gusty winds continue overnight with some blowing dust and sand.

Showers and storms hit parts of the viewing area hard today with some hail, heavy rain, and gusty winds. Heavy rain hit parts of Chaparral, White Sands, and Hudspeth County. The El Paso Airport recorded just less than .10" of rain while no rain was measured in Las Cruces. Gusty SE winds will continue overnight primarily for the West side of town.

There will be a chance for some storms tomorrow but not expecting severe weather. Cloud coverage will keep temps down in the upper 80s and lower 90s.

Ruidoso Update:

Most of the rainfall in Ruidoso stayed just north of the fires where Doppler radar estimates showed 1-2" of rainfall. There will be about a 40% rain in that area again on Thursday with some gusty winds.

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