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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
627 PM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

ABUNDANT MOISTURE ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN PORTIONS OF NEW
MEXICO LED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THIS
AFTERNOON. THESE STORMS MAINLY PRODUCED PERIODS OF HEAVY
RAIN...DROPPING ANYWHERE FROM A QUARTER OF AN INCH TO NEARLY 2
INCHES OF RAINFALL AS THEY SLOWLY MOVED IN SOME NORTHERLY
DIRECTION. THE HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 6 PM ARE 1.95
INCHES IN THE WHITEWATER BALDY BURN SCAR...1.26 INCHES IN
ALTO...AND 1.05 INCHES IN THE NORTHEAST HEIGHTS OF ALBUQUERQUE.
DAYTIME HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE COOLER TODAY...RANGING FROM 76
DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS TO 95 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT WILL CONTINUE TO SEE SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS THIS EVENING...WITH LIGHTER RAIN SHOWERS PERSISTING
INTO THE EARLY MORNING HOURS THURSDAY. AREAS EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS WILL EVEN SEE SOME OF THIS ACTION. ADDITIONAL RAINFALL
ACCUMULATIONS WILL RANGE FROM A QUARTER OF AN INCH TO AN INCH
WHILE LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 40S AND 50S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID AND UPPER 60S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST
PLAINS.

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