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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
614 AM MST Thu Dec 14 2017

Today`s cold front will drop temperatures 10 to 20 degrees from
yesterday`s highs, with the sharpest drop east of the central
mountain chain. The northern mountains will likely see an inch or
so of snow, with precipitation potentially making it down to Santa
Fe and Clayton. Overall though it will be cloudy and cooler with
most of the precipitation limited to higher elevations across
northern NM.

Lows so far this morning have dipped into teens and 20s, with a
few low 30s where inversions have set up. Temperatures will only
warm into the 30s across the northern mtns and adjacent northeast
plains, with 40s in western, central and east-central NM, and 50s
in southern NM. Conditions clear out Friday and Saturday with
temperatures warming slightly before the next weather system
arrives Sunday bringing what looks to be a better chance for
precipitation across a larger area of the state.

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RH


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