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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EL PASO TX
1100 AM MST THU MAR 06 2014

SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK

THE WATER SUPPLY FORECAST FOR FAR WEST TEXAS AND THE SOUTHERN THIRD
OF NEW MEXICO IS FOR A BELOW SNOW MELT RUNOFF FOR THE REST
OF MARCH THROUGH MAY 2014.

THE POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING ACROSS THE SOUTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS
IN SOUTHCENTRAL NEW MEXICO AND THE GILA WILDERNESS IN SOUTHWESTERN
NEW MEXICO IS LOW.  THE POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING ACROSS THE LOWLANDS
OF SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO AND FAR WEST TEXAS IS ALSO LOW AT THIS TIME.
THE SNOW PACK ACROSS THE GILA WILDERNESS AND THE SACRAMENTO
MOUNTAINS IS BELOW NORMAL. IN THE SHORT TERM THE STORM TRACK
CONTINUES TO BE SOME WHAT ACTIVE WITH OCCASIONAL STORM SYSTEMS
MOVING ACROSS THE AREA BUT THESE STORMS ARE NOT EXPECTED TO ADD MUCH
ADDITIONAL SNOW PACK OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS...ESPECIALLY AS WE MOVE
INTO THE DRIER MONTHS OF APRIL AND MAY.

THE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR THE SPRING IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION
WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE REST OF THE SPRING
ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO AND FAR WEST TEXAS.


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