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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
820 AM MST SUN FEB 14 2016

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE REGION
WITH MAINLY HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS. BREEZY TO GUSTY WINDS CONTINUED
EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN. MORNING LOWS SO FAR WERE
GENERALLY IN THE TEENS TO THE 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS AND ACROSS
THE WEST CENTRAL NEW MEXICO...AND FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S
ELSEWHERE. EXTREMES RANGED FROM 16 DEGREES AT ANGEL FIRE TO
40 DEGREES AT CLOVIS AND AT THE ROSWELL AIRPORT.

A SURFACE COLD FRONT AND A DRY UPPER LEVEL TROUGH WILL CROSS
THE REGION TODAY...AND DIP HIGH TEMPERATURES FROM A FEW TO 13
DEGREES COOLER THAN YESTERDAYS NEAR RECORD WARMTH. LOOKS LIKE
HIGHS WILL STILL BE FROM 5 TO 19 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ESPECIALLY
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN LOWLANDS. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE
FROM THE 40S TO THE 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 60S TO
THE 70S ELSEWHERE. THE DISTURBANCE WILL ALSO BRING BREEZY TO
GUSTY WIND CONDITIONS TO MANY AREAS ACROSS THE REGION TODAY
AND MONDAY.

COOLER AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL CONTINUE INTO MONDAY ACROSS CENTRAL
AND WESTERN AREAS OF NEW MEXICO...BUT WILL BE ABOVE NORMAL
ACROSS THE EAST. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL CROSS NEW MEXICO
FROM THE WEST TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WITH MORE NEAR RECORD WARMTH
POSSIBLE.

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RTJ


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