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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
653 AM MST Wed Jan 18 2017

Early this morning skies were partly to mostly cloudy with some
patchy fog across the state, otherwise rain showers dissipated
across the southeastern plains, but a few snow showers and rain
showers linger over the high terrain across the west central to
central areas of the state. Low temperatures so far this morning
were generally in the 20s to the low 40s. Extremes ranged from
4 degrees at Angel Fire to 38 degrees at the Roswell industrial

Look for patchy fog to dissipate by around mid morning around
the state today, otherwise skies will become partly to mostly
sunny by this afternoon across New Mexico. Warmer daytime high
temperatures are forecast for Wednesday and Thursday. Expect
breezy to windy conditions to uptick on Thursday across the
Eastern highlands and plains. High temperatures today will
range from the 30 to the 40s in the mountains, and from the
40s to the 50s elsewhere.

Unsettled weather will invade the region starting on Thursday
night through early next week with increasing chances for
mountain snow and valley rain and snow. Higher mountain tops
will be impact by windy conditions at times.


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