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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
715 PM MST Thu Jan 11 2018

Skies were mostly clear today across the Land of Enchantment,
after a Pacific front moved out early this morning. Roswell
received 0.07" of rain early today. Colder and windy conditions
prevailed today. High temperatures only reached into the 30s
across the northern mountains, and into the 40s elsewhere, with
some 50s in the lower Rio Grande valley and far southeast plains.
Expect skies to be mostly clear tonight, with low temperatures
dropping into the teens across the northern mountains and the
west, and into the 20s elsewhere.

Tomorrow, high pressure builds in from the four corners, and
temperatures will begin to warm back up across the western half of
the state into next week. Meanwhile, a backdoor front will cool
temperatures across the eastern plains early Saturday morning, and
again on Monday as a stronger backdoor cold front moves south
across eastern New Mexico. By midweek next week, temperatures will
be back above normal statewide.

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Effective Thursday, January 11th, 2018, the Albuquerque, NM,
Weather Forecast Office (WFO ABQ) will discontinue issuance
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