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AWUS85 KABQ 291612
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-300415-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1012 AM MDT SAT AUG 29 2015

LATE NIGHT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TAPERED OFF EARLY THIS
MORNING AS THEY MOVED SOUTH AND EAST...WITH CLOUD COVER
SLOWER TO DISSIPATE. WHILE SPOTTY...THOSE STORMS WERE ABLE TO
PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN INCLUDING 2.59 INCHES NEAR
GASCON...1.80 INCHES NORTHEAST OF JEMEZ SPRINGS...AND 0.97
INCHES NEAR LINCOLN. THE FRONT MADE IT THROUGH THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS...GUSTING UP TO 45 MPH AT SELECT LOCATIONS. OTHER THAN
HEAVY FOG THAT DEVELOPED AROUND ANGEL FIRE...THE REST OF THE
MORNING WAS QUIET ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME NOTABLE
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES INCLUDE 38 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE...48
DEGREES IN GALLUP...AND 65 DEGREES IN TUCUMCARI.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON
AND EVENING MAINLY OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN...AND MOVE TO THE
SOUTH SOUTHWEST. NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
PERSIST ACROSS THE STATE...RANGING FROM THE UPPER 60S AND LOWER
80S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE LOWER 90S ACROSS THE
SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

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