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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
838 AM MDT FRI MAY 27 2016

Early this morning skies were mostly cloudy mainly with high
clouds and cool temperatures from central New Mexico, to the
northern and northeast areas of the state. Elsewhere skies were
mostly clear across New Mexico. The only rainfall reported from
yesterday was 0.12 inches at Chama. Low temperatures so far were
generally in the 30s and 40s across the state, except a few 50s
across the southeast plains. Extremes ranged from 37 degrees at
Angel Fire to 51 degrees at the Roswell airport.

Showers and storms today will favor the northeast quarter of
New Mexico, As the upper level low over southeast Colorado moves
eastward will bring wrap around moisture to that region.
Elsewhere dry conditions will continue with temperatures below
seasonal averages areawide. Once again expect moderate to
locally west and northwest winds to develop in the afternoon
especially over northern and eastern plains. High temperatures
today will range from the 50s to 60s in the mountains, and from
the 70s to 80s elsewhere.

Dryline thunderstorms will be possible Sunday and Memorial Day
across the extreme eastern plains. Elsewhere dry conditions are
forecast for the weekend.


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