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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
736 AM MDT Wed Oct 26 2016

A few areas across western and north-central New Mexico received
some wetting rain yesterday, with Farmington recording 0.13
inches, and Gallup 0.17 inches. Other areas recorded record warm
low temperatures. Clayton at 54, Clines Corners at 48, Roswell 56,
Ruidoso 54, Santa Fe 47, Socorro 57, and Taos 45 all saw their
warmest low temperatures for October 25th.

Skies clear out today with warm temperatures remaining for the
rest of the week. Rain chances also diminish for the foreseeable
future as high pressure builds into the U.S. southwest. Highs will
range from the 60s and 70s in the mountains to 70s and 80s at
lower elevations and eastern plains. Lows will range from the 20s
to 40s in the mountains to 40s and near 50 at lower elevations.


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