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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
616 PM MST TUE JAN 27 2015

MID TO HIGH CLOUDS INCREASED CENTRAL AND NORTH WITH OCCASIONAL
SUNSHINE AND ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. HIGHS RANGED FROM THE
UPPER 50S TO MID 60S ACROSS THE WESTERN AND NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS...THE CENTRAL RIO GRANDE AND THE ESTANCIA VALLEY TO
UPPER 60S LOW 70S IN THE EAST. CLOUDS WILL THICKEN IN THE WEST
WHILE DOWN SLOPE WINDS INCREASE EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN
OVERNIGHT BECAUSE OF A PASSING UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE TO THE WEST.

THE LAST LEG OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN WEDNESDAY
AREA WIDE. PORTIONS OF THE NORTHERN TERRAIN COULD EXPERIENCE SLIGHT
CHANCES OF RAIN/HIGH ELEVATION SNOW SHOWERS BUT OTHERWISE BREEZY
TO WINDY CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST NORTH AND EAST WITH PARTLY SUNNY
SKIES. TEMPERATURES WILL COOL DRASTICALLY THURSDAY AS A BACK DOOR
COLD FRONT PUSHES EAST TO WEST...WHILE AT THE SAME TIME A BAJA LOW
WILL APPROACH FROM THE SOUTHWEST INCREASING AMPLE MOISTURE ACROSS
THE STATE. EXPECT WIDESPREAD RAIN/SNOW SHOWERS LATE THURSDAY
THROUGH SATURDAY.

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