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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1118 AM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY OVERNIGHT WITH HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE
NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS AND PLAINS. SOME OF THE HIGHEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL
TOTALS INCLUDE 4.91 INCHES AT MOSQUERO...3.99 INCHES AT THE RATON
AIRPORT AND 1.68 INCHES AT CLAYTON. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM
THE UPPER 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO THE MIDDLE 70S ELSEWHERE.

EXPECT ANOTHER ROUND OF SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
LATE TODAY AND OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME
OF THE STORMS MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE
POTENTIAL FOR FLASH FLOODING. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WAS ISSUED
THROUGH LATE TONIGHT FOR MUCH OF WESTERN AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FLASH FLOOD THREAT WILL BE FOR THE BURN
SCAR AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE
MIDDLE 60S TO THE UPPER 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE MID 70S
TO THE MIDDLE 90S ELSEWHERE. TONIGHTS LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR A VERY ACTIVE MONSOON PATTERN TO CONTINUE ACROSS THE REGION
THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. A LITTLE DRIER AIR MAY PUSH ACROSS
THE NORTHWEST ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND WILL LIMIT STORM COVERAGE.

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