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AWUS85 KABQ 280114
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-281315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
714 PM MDT THU AUG 27 2015

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TRAVELED
EASTWARD ACROSS MUCH OF NEW MEXICO. STORMS WERE QUICK MOVING WITH
PERIODS OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SHOWERS WITH OCCASIONAL TO FREQUENT
CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY
CLOUDY WITH HIGHS IN THE 70S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN
MOUNTAINS TO 80S CENTRAL...90S IN THE EAST. MOST STORMS LOOK TO
TAPER DOWN BEFORE MIDNIGHT EXCEPT ACROSS THE NORTHEAST WHERE A
BACKDOOR COLD FRONT WILL ENHANCE FURTHER STORM DEVELOPMENT ALONG
WITH COOLER TEMPS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE UPPER 40S LOW
50S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS AND THE ESTANCIA
VALLEY TO 60S CENTRAL AND EAST.

THE BACK DOOR FRONT WILL CONTINUE TOWARD THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN
CHAIN OVERNIGHT INTO FRIDAY...STALLING EAST OF THE MOUNTAINS THEN
PUSHING WESTWARD LATE FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY. THE FRONT WILL ENHANCE
STORM ACTIVITY AS IT PUSHES TOWARD THE CONTINENTIAL DIVIDE BY
SATURDAY.

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