ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The National Weather Service is warning of flood threat from a storm east of Roswell, one of many alerts issued Saturday afternoon.
The warning just after 4 p.m. is for a severe storm about 25 miles west of Roswell that is forecast to drop up to 1.5 inches of rain. Heavy flows are expected in stream and arroyos and over low-water road crossings.
KRQE.com weather radar shows isolated storms with high winds, rain and hail currently popping across the eastern plains from about Artesia on the south to Mosquero on the north.
The KRQE.com weather alerts page shows one active warning for the severe storm west of Roswell oever west-central Chaves County. The weather service says the storm is capable of generating half-dollar-size hail and winds up to 70 mph and is moving southeast in the general direction of Artesia.
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