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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
816 AM MDT SAT OCT 1 2016

Dry mid-level air has pushed over New Mexico today, lowering rain
chances substantially for this weekend. Remnant low level moisture
has stuck around bringing a very mild feel to lower elevations. An
isolated storm or two this afternoon over western and northern
regions is possible. Temperatures this morning have started off
in the 40s and 50s for most across the state. Highs will reach the
60s and 70s for higher elevations, with 70s and low 80s at lower
elevations.

A strong upper level low will push down the Pacific coast and over
the Great Basin Monday, bringing a cold front over New Mexico
Monday. The front will bring windy conditions across the state,
ranging from 15 to 30 mph with locally higher gusts possible.
Temperatures will also fall substantially behind the front with
freezing temperatures possible in the western and northern
mountains Tuesday morning.

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