Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-16 20:23:49 –
Western New Mexico remained relatively dry, thanks to the large, fairly dominant high pressures that occurred throughout the western United States.
“The spring monsoon lost influence throughout eastern New Mexico in early summer, opening the door for moisture to penetrate eastern New Mexico and causing numerous heavy thunderstorms,” said Clay Anderson, senior forecaster at the NWS. Said. ..
Getting out of a long-term drought can take a considerable amount of time, especially if it is in the two highest categories.
“If we’re going to get out of it soon, we’re looking for a continuous active monsoon season followed by anomalous precipitation over the months that follow from autumn to winter. Spring is great. The part could get out of the drought, but unfortunately the outlook doesn’t support it. “
Forecasts of the La Nina phenomenon are displayed in the late autumn and winter months.
“If that happens, unfortunately the state of La Niña in New Mexico is strongly correlated with below normal precipitation,” Anderson said.
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