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Mar 08, 2021

Current Severe Weather Alerts in New Mexico


There are currently 3 Weather Alerts in New Mexicoselect a different state


Fire Weather Watch issued March 08 at 4:08AM MST until March 09 at 7:00PM MST by NWS

Event: Fire Weather Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: South Central Lowlands And Southern Rio Grande Valley; Southwest Deserts and Lowlands

Wheather Alert Summary: ...High fire danger possible beginning on tuesday as southwest winds increase during warm and dry weather... .Southwest flow will increase midweek in response to an approaching upper low diving southward along the pacific coast. wind speeds will shift to the southwest, becoming windy tuesday afternoon along with some of the warmest weather so far this

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Fire Weather Watch issued March 08 at 2:37AM MST until March 09 at 6:00PM MST by NWS

Event: Fire Weather Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: Northeast Highlands; Northeast Plains

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Fire weather watch for northeast and east central new mexico tuesday afternoon... .Southwest flow will strengthen on tuesday ahead of an approaching storm system. the combination of strong winds, low humidities, moderate to high haines indices, and above normal temperatures will result in critical fire weather conditions across portions of

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Fire Weather Watch issued March 08 at 2:37AM MST until March 09 at 6:00PM MST by NWS

Event: Fire Weather Watch
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: East Central Plains

Wheather Alert Summary: ...Fire weather watch for northeast and east central new mexico tuesday afternoon... .Southwest flow will strengthen on tuesday ahead of an approaching storm system. the combination of strong winds, low humidities, moderate to high haines indices, and above normal temperatures will result in critical fire weather conditions across portions of

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement