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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
623 PM MST THU DEC 18 2014

THE IMPACTS OF THE EXITING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM DIMINISHED
DURING THE LATE MORNING HOURS TODAY...PRODUCING SOME LIGHT
ACCUMULATIONS OF RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE HIGH TERRAIN OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL STORM WAS MAKING ITS
PRESENCE FELT THIS AFTERNOON. AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...AND CURRENTLY ARE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 25 AROUND THE NORTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS.
OTHERWISE...PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE GENERALLY BELOW
NORMAL...RANGING FROM 32 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE AND QUEMADO...TO 56
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY MOVE EAST TONIGHT OVER SOUTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTH EAST NEW MEXICO. SHOWER ACTIVITY SHOULD TAPER
OFF BY THE EARLY MORNING HOURS FRIDAY...AND MAYBE AS EARLY AS
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THE REST OF THE FORECAST AREA WILL SEE AREAS OF
FREEZING FOG DEVELOP BY FRIDAY MORNING...FAVORING VALLEY
LOCATIONS. SOME CITIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY THE FOG INCLUDE
ALBUQUERQUE...SANTA FE...GALLUP...FARMINGTON...AND CLAYTON.
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

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