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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
555 PM MDT THU MAY 26 2016

As the center of the upper level low churned across the Four
Corners region, gusty to windy southwest winds occurred across
much of the state followed by isolated showers and thunderstorm
development across the Northern Tier. Earlier today, live cameras
at the Chama rail yard captured images of mixed precipitation;
rain hail, and light snow. Otherwise, temps were below normal
central and west, with the far east remaining near to slightly
above normal. Isolated to scattered storms will continue favoring
northern areas with snow chances in the Northern Mountains
overnight as lows cool to chilly readings north and west for May.
Winds will shift west to northwest overnight.

Expect temps to rebound in the west but cool off in the east on
Friday. Most storm or shower activity looks to linger across the
North Central Mountains. Northwest winds will not be as strong as
previous days but will remain gusty across higher terrain and
east of the Central Mountains. Storm chances will favor the East
Plains over the Memorial Day weekend as surface moisture increases
from return flow. Temps will fluctuate near normal through
Tuesday.


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