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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
930 AM MDT Tue Mar 28 2017

Overnight, a Pacific cold front moved into New Mexico from the
west, bringing scattered rain and snow showers over all parts of
the state. Scattered to numerous rain and snow showers will
continue across the state into Wednesday. Overnight low
temperatures ranged from the upper 20s to 30s across higher
terrain to the 30s to 40s over lower terrain. High temperatures
today will range from the 40s to 50s across higher terrain to the
50s to 60s across the south and east with some locations in the
70s.

The front will track slowly east today, with associated periods
of rain and higher elevation snow into tonight as wrap around
moisture around the low continues. Expect moderate to heavy higher
elevation snowfall today with snow totals across the northern
mountains in excess of one foot by Wednesday morning. This storm
system will push to the east late Wednesday. Diminishing
precipitation and cloudiness from west to east expected on
Wednesday with any lingering showers ending Wednesday evening.
Another spring low will transit the region beginning late Friday.

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DAK


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