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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
559 PM MDT TUE JUN 2 2015

AN AREA OF SHOWERS WITH EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOP OVER SMALL
PORTIONS OF CHAVES AND ROOSEVELT COUNTIES LATE THIS AFTERNOON.
STORM ACTIVITY LOOKS TO BE SHORT LIVED WITH MINIMAL RAINFALL
BECAUSE OF LIMITED SURFACE MOISTURE. OTHERWISE...TODAY WAS MOSTLY
SUNNY WITH A FEW BREEZES IN THE EAST AND WARM TEMPERATURES AS
DRIER AIR MOVED IN FROM THE WEST. DAYTIME HIGHS RANGED IN THE
UPPER 70S MID 80S NORTH AND WEST TO THE MID AND UPPER 90S CENTRAL
AND EAST. A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS MIGHT REMAIN OVER SOUTHEASTERN
AREAS BUT GRADUALLY TAPER OFF BEFORE MIDNIGHT...OTHERWISE EXPECT A
QUIET NIGHT WITH A FEW BREEZES AND ABOVE NORMAL LOWS.

WEDNESDAY LOOKS TO BE A WARM AND DRY BREEZY DAY ACROSS THE STATE.
ABOVE NORMAL HIGHS WILL RANGE IN THE 80S NORTH AND WEST TO 90S
CENTRAL AND EAST...WITH POSSIBLE TRIPLE DIGITS FOR CHAVES COUNTY.
NUMEROUS TO WIDESPREAD SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WILL AMP
UP FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND AS HIGH PRESSURE TO THE EAST...LOW
PRESSURE TO THE WEST...SANDWICH IN GULF MOISTURE OVER THE STATE.
RAINFALL AMOUNTS COULD REACH OVER AN INCH WITH POTENTIAL FLASH
FLOODING NEAR AND AROUND BURN SCARS.

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