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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
602 PM MDT SAT JUL 30 2016

Thunderstorm activity today has fired up over the northern and
western mountains, although not as severe or widespread as
yesterday. Storm activity this evening will roll off onto the
northeastern plains with the possibility of one or two becoming
severe. Skies will clear out after midnight with lows in the 50s
in the mountains, and 60s for lower elevations.

High pressure will continue its slide off to the east into the
central plains allowing for moisture to flow into the desert
southwest. This will keep our rain chances moderate for Sunday and
into next week. The increased shower and storm activity will also
increase the threat for flash flooding, especially over burn scar
areas. Highs will begin to fall a bit with near 90 expected for
the central Rio Grande Valley. Lows will remain in the 50s for the
mountains and 60s at lower elevations.


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