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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
532 PM MDT Thu Jul 27 2017

Very active showers and thunderstorms will continue across much
of northern, central and western New Mexico through late tonight.
Periods of heavy downpours, cloud to ground lightning with gusty
to erratic winds will accompany most storms this evening because
of outflow boundary collisions. Flash flooding will continue to
be the main threat with storm activity. Look for storms to taper
off after midnight. Meanwhile, above normal lows will be in the
50s and 60s.

Consistent moisture in place will keep slow moving, numerous
storms around Friday. Activity will prevail throughout the day
into the evening with heavy downpours and gusty outflow
boundaries to follow. Drier air aloft will gradually filter into
southeastern areas Friday evening, limiting storm activity to
western and northern areas through Saturday. We could see another
uptick Sunday across the northeast plains with a weaker, incoming
back door cold front.

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