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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
738 PM MDT SAT MAY 28 2016

Skies became mostly sunny to partly cloudy over the region today
with a few rain showers mainly over the north to northeast parts
of the state and isolated thunderstorms over the far northeast.
Winds were generally light to breezy over most areas today though
the northeast highlands and plains saw a few gusts up to the 35
to 40 mph range. High temperatures this afternoon generally ranged
from the upper 50s to lower 70s over higher terrain to the mid 70s
to lower 90s over lower terrain.

Through this evening skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy
with a chance of an isolated shower over the north. Moisture will
surge north into southeast New Mexico later tonight. Low clouds,
patchy fog, and light rain late tonight and early on Sunday is
possible over the southeast. Elsewhere skies will be mostly clear
to partly cloudy. Overnight lows will range from the 30s to mid
40s over the central mountain range and over the west to southwest
and over the Estancia valley. The San Juan basin and middle to
lower Rio Grande and San Francisco river valleys and the eastern
plains will see overnight lows ranging from the mid 40s to lower
60s.

As moisture continues to move into eastern parts of the state
tomorrow expect scattered showers and thunderstorms to develop
over the eastern plains. As the dryline sharpens during the
afternoon hours and pushes eastward a few strong to severe
thunderstorms could develop over the far eastern plains. Afternoon
high temperatures on Sunday will range from 60s to 70s over higher
terrain to the 80s to lower 90s over lower terrain.


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