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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
524 PM MST Sun Dec 17 2017

An upper low has moved inland into northwest old Mexico today,
spinning up moisture into southern New Mexico. Light showers have
brought some precipitation to southern NM and the Gila region.
Surface temperatures thus far have remained fairly warm, limiting
the amount of snowfall. A trace to several inches are possible
atop the higher elevations of the Gila region and Sacramento
mountains tonight. Lows tonight will range from the teens to low
20s for western and northern NM. Central and eastern NM will see
20s to low 30s.

The weather disturbance will slide over southeastern NM Monday,
weakening as it does so. Skies clear across southern NM Tuesday
with temperatures warming through Wednesday. The next cold front
is slated to arrive to northwest NM Thursday, bringing a sharp
drop in temperatures. Daytime highs fall area wide Friday a few
to 15F below normal.

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