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AWUS85 KABQ 051633
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-060445-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
933 AM MST THU MAR 5 2015

LOW CLOUDS AND FREEZING FOG DEVELOPED OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE EAST
CENTRAL TO SOUTHEASTERN PLAINS...EXTENDING ALONG THE UPPER AND
LOWER PECOS RIVER VALLEY. OTHERWISE THERE WERE CLEAR SKIES
ELSEWHERE. OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE WELL BELOW NORMAL RANGING FROM
NEGATIVE 17 AT EAGLE NEST...NEGATIVE 5 AT RATON TO 18 AT
FARMINGTON AND CLOVIS. LOW CLOUDS AND FREEZING FOG IN THE EAST
WILL GRADUALLY CLEAR AWAY TOWARD THE LATTER MORNING HOURS WITH
AREA WIDE SUNNY AND DRY CONDITIONS TODAY. TEMPS WILL WARM NORTH AND
EAST BUT REMAIN BELOW NORMAL. EXPECT BREEZY SOUTHWEST WINDS ACROSS
EAST CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN AREAS BY THE EARLY AFTERNOON.

A WARMING DRYING TREND WILL TAKE OVER THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK
INTO THE WEEKEND. NEXT PROBABLE CHANCE FOR PRECIP WILL BE LATE
SUNDAY INTO MONDAY ACROSS CENTRAL AND EASTERN AREAS.


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