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AWUS85 KABQ 301445
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-310245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
845 AM MDT MON MAR 30 2015

GAP WINDS TAPERED DOWN AFTER MIDNIGHT AS THE BACK DOOR FRONT
PUSHED THROUGH THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN YESTERDAY EVENING.
OTHERWISE...WINDS WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE WITH THICKENING HIGH
CLOUDS FROM THE WEST. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED FROM THE LOW TO MID
30S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS TO THE ESTANCIA
VALLEY...UPPER 40S LOW 50S IN THE CENTRAL RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND
THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

LOOK FOR ISOLATED VIRGA SHOWERS TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS
WESTERN AND CENTRAL AREAS. EXPECT ERRATIC AND GUSTY WINDS NEAR
STORM ACTIVITY. OTHERWISE...PARTLY SUNNY SKIES WITH THICKER HIGH
CLOUDS IN THE SOUTH AND BREEZY TO GUSTY WINDS CENTRAL AND EAST
WILL PREVAIL TODAY. ABOVE NORMAL HIGHS WILL RANGE IN THE LOW TO
MID 70S NORTH AND WEST...UPPER 70S LOW 80S IN THE CENTRAL RIO
GRANDE VALLEY AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN.

TUESDAY WILL SEE MORE WARM TEMPS AND DRY THUNDERSTORMS FOR HIGH
TERRAIN AREAS. CRITICAL FIRE CONDITIONS WILL PEAK MIDWEEK AS
STRONG WINDS AND DRIER CONDITIONS INCREASE.



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