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Current Severe Weather Alerts in New Mexico


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Fire Weather Watch issued June 20 at 3:22PM MDT until June 21 at 7:00PM MDT by NWS

Event: Fire Weather Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: East Central Plains; Middle Rio Grande Valley; Northwest Highlands; Sandia Manzano And Gallinas Mountains; West Central Highlands

Summary: ...Fire weather watch in effect friday afternoon through friday evening for areas along and south of interstate 40 due to strong winds, low humidities and an unstable airmass... .Southwesterly winds will increase on friday with a dry, warm, and unstable airmass expected to be in place. this will lead to an increasing threat for critical fire weather conditions. the

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Air Quality Alert issued June 20 at 3:10PM MDT by NWS

Event: Air Quality Alert
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Unknown
Severity: Unknown
Certainty: Unknown
Affected Area: Jemez Mountains; Lower Chama River Valley; Middle Rio Grande Valley, Albuquerque Metro Area; Sandia, Manzano Mountains; Santa Fe Metro Area; West Central Highlands

Summary: The following message is transmitted at the request of the new mexico departments of health and environment. smoke from the woodbury gap fire east of phoenix, arizona is expected to have impacts over portions of new mexico later tonight and friday morning. as winds develop, some smoke is likely to move into areas of central

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Red Flag Warning issued June 20 at 2:01PM MDT until June 21 at 8:00PM MDT by NWS

Event: Red Flag Warning
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Severe
Certainty: Likely
Affected Area: Capitan And Sacramento Mountains; South Central Lowlands And Southern Rio Grande Valley

Summary: ...Dry and windy conditions on friday... .An upper level trough will be digging into the great basin with strong southwest flow setting up ahead of it. this will bring gusty southwest winds to the region combined with very low relative humidities to the sacramento mountains and parts of southern new mexico friday afternoon and early evening.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement