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Strong thunderstorms threatening Luna County through 8 p.m.

Eastern Black Range Foothills Nm-Southern Gila Foothills/Mimbres
Valley Nm-Southwest Desert/Mimbres Basin Nm-
717 Pm Mdt Mon Jun 23 2014

...Strong Thunderstorms Threatening Luna County Through 800 Pm Mdt...

At 708 Pm Mdt...National Weather Service Meteorologists Were Tracking
Strong Thunderstorms Over Luna County.

Wind Gusts Up To 50 Mph Are Expected With These Storms.

Areas Of Blowing Dust May Accompany The Storms...Reducing
Visibilities To Dangerous Levels On Area Roadways.

Locations Impacted Include...
Spring Canyon State Park...
Rock Hound State Park...

If Threatening Weather Approaches Your Area...Take Shelter In A
Sturdy Building.

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