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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
611 PM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ONCE AGAIN GRAZED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. STORM DEVELOPMENT BEGAN ACROSS THE SOUTH
CENTRAL...SOUTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS SHIFTING NORTHWARD.
THE EASTERN PLAINS SAW FURTHER DEVELOPMENT TOWARD THE LATE
AFTERNOON/EARLY EVENING HOURS. STORMS WERE SLOW MOVING WITH HEAVY
PRECIP WHICH PROMPT SEVERAL FLASH FLOOD ADVISORIES TO BE ISSUED
FOR ACTIVE AREAS. STORMS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AS OUTFLOW
BOUNDARIES COLLIDE ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
RAINFALL RATES COULD RANGE FROM 1 TO 2 INCHES. FLASH FLOODING
CONCERNS WILL CONTINUE OVERNIGHT BECAUSE OF ON GOING STORMS OVER
SATURATED GROUND. DAYTIME HIGHS RANGED IN THE 70S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS AND THE ESTANCIA VALLEY TO 80S
ACROSS THE EXTREME NORTHWEST PLATEAU...CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN RIO
GRANDE VALLEY AND THE EASTERN PLAINS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN
THE 50S AND 60S.

...THE FLASH FLOOD WATCH WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL EARLY FRIDAY
FOR CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO. PLEASE BE AWARE OF WEATHER
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA VIA TV...RADIO...NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR
SOCIAL MEDIA...

SLOW MOVING STORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN FOLLOWING BELOW NORMAL
TEMPS WILL CONTINUE TOWARD THE WEEKEND AS THE UPPER LEVEL HIGH
SLOWLY RECENTER BACK OVER THE REGION. LOOK FOR AN UPTREND IN
TEMPS...DOWNTREND IN STORM ACTIVITY NEXT WEEK.

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