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New Mexico has settled into a normal monsoon season, but whether you are experiencing any rainfall depends on location, location, location.
Rainfall was about normal for July, although totals varied widely across the state, with Albuquerque a bit drier than normal. Northwestern New Mexico and the eastern plains have received more than their share in recent weeks.
“We’re getting nice afternoon showers scattered all over the valley, in different places on different days,” said David Gensler, water operations director for the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District.