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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
536 PM MST Sun Feb 26 2017

Scattered snow showers have flowed across the western half of NM
this afternoon, with many producing only virga. These showers will
dwindle through the evening hours. Temperatures will range from
the teens in the northern mtns to 20s at lower elevations, and 30s
over the southeast plains.

A few snow showers are possible Monday over the northern
mountains, with winds picking up over the east central plains and
higher elevations. The next winter weather storm system moves
through the region Tuesday bringing the potential for high winds
over much of New Mexico, in the 45-55 mph range. The ABQ Metro
area will likely see high winds 25-35 mph Tuesday afternoon. The
weather pattern quiets down Wednesday with calmer winds and clear
skies to end the week.


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