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CARLSBAD — The Pecos River and Black River both continue to have elevated flows after last week’s flooding, according to the Eddy County Emergency Operations Command (EOC). The weather forecast calls for clear conditions during the day and mostly clear conditions overnight for the remainder of the week.
Eddy County Vector Control says recent rainfall will increase the number of mosquitoes in the coming days. Mosquitoes go through five larva stages in standing water before hatching into adult mosquitoes. Residents should check their property for standing water and eliminate places that provide mosquitoes a habitat. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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