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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
622 PM MDT Thu Oct 27 2016

High pressure over New Mexico today kept high temperatures above
normal, and will continue to do so through the coming weekend.
Increasing high clouds today will thicken on Friday across the
region, streaming in upper level moisture from Hurricane Seymour.
Winds will increase over the eastern plains and highlands Friday
and will remain breezy through the weekend.

Expect overnight low temperatures to be 10-20 degrees above normal
across the region, with 30s and 40s in the north and west to upper
40s and 50s in the south and east. A few record high temperatures
will be possible in many areas across eastern New Mexico this
weekend, before an upper level low approaching from the west
brings a chance of precipitation and cooler temperatures Tuesday
into Wednesday.


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