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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
538 PM MST Sat Jan 21 2017

Much of the snow and rain showers have tapered off this afternoon
over the Land of Enchantment. Snowfall totals ranged from 0.5" at
ABQ Sunport, to 2" in Santa Fe, with several reports of 10 plus
inches atop the central and northern mountains.

Conditions continue to clear overnight with lows ranging from the
single digits to teens for the northern and western mtns and upper
Rio Grande Valley, with 20s for the lower to middle Rio Grande
Valley, central highlands, and northeast plains, with 30s for the
southeast plains. Skies remain partly to mostly cloudy for Sunday
and into Monday before the next winter weather system moves north
of the state. This system will again provide a good chance for
mountain snow and valley rain, with snow at lower elevations
possible Tuesday morning. Skies clear out for the latter half of
the upcoming week.

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