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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
843 PM MDT Mon Jun 26 2017

Another round of showers and thunderstorms developed over the
state today. Many of the thunderstorms were severe with large
hail, strong winds and moderate to heavy rainfall reported. Golf
ball size hail was reported from the Pecos National Historical
Park and hail up to 2 inches in diameter was reported a few miles
northeast of Glorieta. The largest hail reported was the size of
tennis balls, which fell a couple of miles east of Glorieta. A
thunderstorm wind gust to 57 mph was reported just east of the
Sandia mountains in Stanley and a thunderstorm induced wind gust
to 59 mph was reported at Sunport in Albuquerque. High
temperatures this afternoon generally ranged from the mid 60s to
70s over higher terrain and over the northeast plains to the 80s
to mid 90s elsewhere.

The chance of showers and thunderstorms will diminish this evening
and tonight over the state. The chance of severe thunderstorms will
end this evening. Overnight low temperatures will range generally
from the mid 40s to mid 50s over higher terrain and over the upper
Rio Grande river valley and over the northeast to eastern highlands
and northeast plains. Elsewhere, low temperatures will range from
the mid 50s to mid 60s. An upper level high pressure area will slowly
build into the state on Tuesday. Skies will be mostly sunny to partly
cloudy on Tuesday with a chance of afternoon through early evening
thunderstorms, developing mainly over the central mountain chain
and over the southwest mountains.


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