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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
846 AM MDT MON MAY 30 2016

Early this morning skies were mostly cloudy with areas of patchy
fog east of the central mountain chain, after a evening of severe
storms across the east central plains. Low temperatures this
morning so far were generally in the 30s to 50s. Extremes ranged
from 31 degrees at Grants to 61 degrees at the Roswell airport.

Expect another round of dryline showers and thunderstorms this
afternoon and into the early evening across the eastern plains.
Some of the storms may become strong to severe producing hail,
damaging winds and brief heavy downpours. Mostly dry conditions
across western New Mexico except for a few isolated storms
possible but will produce little to no rainfall. High
temperatures today will range from the 60s to 70s in the
mountains, and from the 70s to near 90 degrees elsewhere.

a cold front will impact northeastern New Mexico on Tuesday,
and trigger more storms along and near the boundary Tuesday
afternoon and evening. By tuesday night the front will march
farther south and west through much of New Mexico, bringing
gusty winds, cooler temperatures, and increasing chances for
showers and storms.


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