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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
523 PM MDT MON SEP 26 2016

A fairly benign weather patter was the story Monday with much of
the shower activity staying over southern New Mexico. Cloudy skies
will stick around overnight over the southern third of the state,
with mostly clear skies for the northern half. Lows will range
from the 30s in the northern mountains to 40s and low 50s at lower
elevations.

A mid-level low pressure system will slide off to the west
allowing for southerly flow over the western half of the state. As
a result, much of the western half of the state will see a slight
chance for afternoon showers and isolated storms Tuesday and
Wednesday. Highs will remain seasonable ranging from the 60s in
the mountains to 70s at lower elevations. A few 80s will return
for the eastern plains Wednesday.

$$

RH



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