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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
520 PM MST Thu Dec 8 2016

Highs were definitely colder today than previous, especially east
of the central mountain chain where highs struggle to reach out of
the 30s. Central and western areas ranged in the mid 30s to low
40s. Low clouds blanketed much of New Mexico today but hopefully
they will gradually dissipate near midnight. Overnight lows will
warm a few degrees from previous but readings will still range in
the teens across north central to northeastern areas, with 20s
elsewhere.

Look for temps to warm 10 to 25 degrees Friday as winds become
southwesterly. The warming trend will continue Saturday as temps
reach above normal areawide with breezy to windy westerly winds
across the Sangre De Cristos and the east central plains. Look for
another approaching storm system to bring precipitation across the
northwest third of the state late Saturday into Sunday.

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