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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
900 PM MDT Tue Jun 27 2017

With drier air moving into the region from the west, widely
scattered showers and thunderstorms developed this afternoon,
generally over and east of the Rio Grande river valley and over
the southwest. Some of the thunderstorms produced small hail,
strong winds and moderate to heavy rainfall. High temperatures
this afternoon generally ranged from the 70s to mid 80s over
higher terrain and over the upper Rio Grande river valley to
the upper 80s to 90s over lower terrain elsewhere.

The chance of showers and thunderstorms will diminish this evening
and end by midnight. Overnight low temperatures will range generally
from the 40s to mid 50s over higher terrain, over north central
areas and over the west, to the upper 50s to 60s over the middle
to lower Rio Grande river valley and over the eastern plains. Dry
air continues to filter in from the west on Wednesday. Mostly sunny
to sunny skies are in store for Wednesday with no precipitation
expected. High temperatures will warm a few degrees above normal
with very dry late afternoon breezes.


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