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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
607 PM MST SAT NOV 22 2014

TODAY WAS A MILD DAY WITH MID TO HIGH CLOUDS INCREASING FROM THE
NORTHWEST. WINDS BECAME BREEZY TO WINDY ALONG THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN
CHAIN EASTWARD INTO THE PLAINS AND ADJACENT HIGHLANDS. HIGHS
RANGED IN THE 40S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE 50S WEST AND
CENTRAL TO 60S IN THE EAST. EXPECT AN INCREASE IN WEST TO
NORTHWEST WINDS ACROSS HIGHER TERRAIN AREAS WITH POSSIBLE MOUNTAIN WAVE
ACTIVITY OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. VERY STRONG AND ERRATIC
WIND GUSTS COULD REACH OVER 60 MPH ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAIN CHAIN.

STRONG TO DAMAGING NORTHWEST WINDS WILL BE THE MAJOR FACTOR ON
SUNDAY. WIND GUSTS COULD REACH OVER 60 MPH ALONG THE PEAKS AND
EAST SLOPES OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN INTO ADJACENT HIGHLANDS.
DANGEROUS CROSS WINDS COULD IMPACT HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES.
TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO FALL BELOW NORMAL WITH POSSIBLE 1 TO 3 INCH
SNOWFALL ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS.

LESS BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE ON MONDAY BUT WIND
CHILLS WILL MAKE TEMPERATURES FEEL EVEN COLDER. HIGHS WILL BE 10 TO
15 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL AREA WIDE RANGING IN THE 30S AND 40S NORTH
AND WEST TO MID 40S LOW 50S IN THE EAST. WARMING TREND IN
TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN BY MIDWEEK.


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