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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
720 AM MST Tue Dec 12 2017

Early this morning high clouds were decreasing somewhat across
southern New Mexico, elsewhere around the state skies were mostly
clear with light winds. Low temperatures so far this morning were
generally in the single digits to 20s western high terrain and
northern mountains, elsewhere lows were in the 20s. Extremes
ranged from 4 degrees at Gallup to 32 degrees at Ruidoso.

Mostly sunny to sunny skies with generally light winds are
forecast today across the Land of Enchantment. High pressure
will bring high temperatures 5 to 15 degrees above normal to
northern and central New Mexico today. A weak backdoor cold
front will drop into the eastern plains Wednesday afternoon
and into central New Mexico Wednesday night. Temperatures will
remain well above normal ahead of the front Wednesday, but
will drop to near normal across the eastern plains on Thursday.


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