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AWUS85 KABQ 020008
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-021215-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
608 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS STORMS DEVELOPED THIS AFTERNOON FOCUSING ON
NORTHERN AND WESTERN NEW MEXICO...WITH FURTHER DEVELOPMENT IN THE
EAST. STRONGER STORMS PRODUCED HEAVY RAINS WITH GUSTY ERRATIC
WINDS...WHICH PROMPT A FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY NEAR SANTA FE
EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON. STORMS WILL CONTINUE TO RAVAGE ACROSS THE
STATE TONIGHT AS OUTFLOW BOUNDARIES COLLIDE FROM SLOW MOVING
STORMS. HEAVY RAIN...FREQUENT CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTING AND GUSTY
TO ERRATIC WINDS WILL FOLLOW AS STORMS CONTINUE. FLASH FLOODING
CONCERNS WILL PERSIST IN AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN FOOTPRINTS OVER VERY
SATURATED GROUND. LOOK FOR PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH
OVERNIGHT LOWS IN THE 50S AND 60S.

THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE SUNDAY ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN
AREAS...WITH A SLIGHT DOWNTREND IN ACTIVITY THAN PREVIOUS.
TEMPERATURES WILL BECOME SEASONAL TO ABOVE NORMAL NEXT WEEK AS THE
UPPER HIGH CENTERED OVER SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE SHIFTS
WESTWARD BRINGING A WARMER...DRIER TREND TO THE STATE.


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