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NMZ501>540-010315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
909 AM MDT FRI OCT 31 2014

BREEZY GAP WINDS WERE PERSISTENT THROUGHOUT THE EARLY MORNING
PERIOD WITHIN THE CENTRAL RIO GRANDE VALLEY. A FEW HIGH CLOUDS WERE
PRESENT IN THE WEST BEFORE SUNRISE WITH OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES
ELSEWHERE. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED FROM 27 AT TAOS...29 AT RATON TO
53 AT THE SUNPORT AND 66 NEAR BELEN. AS THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE
CONTINUES EASTWARD...WINDS WILL SHIFT SOUTHERLY REMAINING BREEZY TO
GUSTY IN SOME AREAS. LOOK FOR THICKENING CLOUD COVER ALONG WITH
CHANCES FOR AFTERNOON SHOWERS DEVELOPING IN THE WEST. SOME SHOWERS
COULD PRODUCE VIRGA WINDS THAT COULD EXCEED UP TO 40 MPH. TONIGHTS
FORECAST FOR ALL THE GHOULS AND GOBLINS OUT THERE WILL BE ISOLATED
SHOWER CHANCES IN THE WEST WITH LOWS RANGING IN THE 30S AND 40S
AREA WIDE.

PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL INCREASE OVER THE WEEKEND WEST TO EAST
AS THE UPPER LEVEL TROUGH APPROACHES THE STATE. EXPECT AFTERNOON
BREEZY TO GUSTY SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS WITH NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES.

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