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TIME EXTENDED: Arroyo And Small Stream Flood Advisory For Grant County 071114

Flood Advisory
National Weather Service El Paso Tx

Grant Nm-Hidalgo Nm-
101 Pm Mdt Fri Jul 11 2014

The National Weather Service In El Paso Has Issued An

* Arroyo And Small Stream Flood Advisory For...
Grant County In South Central New Mexico...
Northwestern Hidalgo County In Southwest New Mexico...

* Until 300 Pm Mdt Time extended to 4 p.m.


* At 1253 Pm Mdt...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
Thunderstorms With Heavy Rainfall Across The Advisory Area. Doppler
Radar Estimated Rainfall Of Up To 1.5 Inches Over Westerly Slopes
Of The Black Range On The Silver Fire Burn Scar...And 0.5 To 1.0
Inches Of Rainfall Near Pinos Altos And White Signal.

* Locations Impacted Include...
City Of Rocks State Park...
Silver City...
San Lorenzo...
Lake Roberts...
Gila Hot Springs...
Bear Canyon Lake...
Rocky Canyon Campground...
Black Canyon Campgrounds...
Sapillo Campground...

Runoff From This Excessive Rainfall Will Cause Flooding Along Small
Streams And Normally Dry Arroyos. Low Lying Areas And Low Water
Crossings Are Also Likely To Have Areas Of Flooding...Especially Along
State Roads 35 And 61 From Sapillo Campground To Faywood And State
Road 15 From Just North Of Cherry Creek Campground To Silver City.

Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

In Hilly Terrain There Are Hundreds Of Low Water Crossings Which Are
Potentially Dangerous In Heavy Rain. Do Not Attempt To Travel Across
Flooded Roads. It Only Takes A Few Inches Of Swiftly Flowing Water To
Carry Vehicles Away.


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