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(Teresa Lemon - Daily Press)

(Teresa Lemon – Daily Press)

Cottonwood residents suffered some of the effects of the tropical storm remnants moving into New Mexico as high winds ahead of Tuesday afternoon’s thunderstorms sent carports into trees, trees into fences, and dumpsters and playground equipment into the roads. High, gusty winds are again expected with this afternoon’s forecast thunderstorms.