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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
656 AM MDT TUE AUG 30 2016

Light to moderate showers continued northward along the New
Mexico, Texas border overnight. A few eastern counties have
totaled over an inch of rain from yesterdays storms. Otherwise,
skies were mostly cloudy east of the central mountain chain with
lows in the 40s across the northern and western mountains to 50s
and 60s central and east.

Numerous storms will continue favoring the eastern plains with
little to isolated activity along and west of the central mountain
chain. Storm activity will gradually spread toward the
Continental Divide by Wednesday with showers becoming very
widespread by Thursday. Drier air will eventually filter in from
the west toward the latter half of the week lowering shower
chances and helping temps to rebound back to normal readings by


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