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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
600 PM MST WED JAN 28 2015

TODAY WAS THE LAST DAY OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR NEW
MEXICO. HIGHS RANGED IN THE 50S WEST AND NORTH TO MID 60S LOW 70S
WITHIN THE CENTRAL RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND THE EASTERN PLAINS. THE
DAY WAS MOSTLY SUNNY WITH A FEW HIGH CLOUDS THAT SCURRIED ACROSS
THE SKY. WINDS DID BECOME BREEZY TO GUSTY ACROSS THE EAST CENTRAL
PLAINS BUT TAPERED OFF AFTER SUNSET. WINDS WILL REMAIN BREEZY IN
THE EAST WITH INCREASING CLOUDS AND ABOVE NORMAL LOWS OVERNIGHT.
LOWS WILL RANGE IN THE 20S ACROSS NORTHERN AND WESTERN HIGH
TERRAIN AREAS TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE.

GAP WINDS WILL INCREASE ALONG THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS AS A BACK
DOOR FRONT TRAVELS WEST THURSDAY. OTHERWISE...WINTRY WEATHER WILL
IMPACT NEW MEXICO THURSDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND AS A PACIFIC LOW
COLLIDES WITH THE BACK DOOR FRONT THAT WILL DEVELOP WIDESPREAD
RAIN/SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS THE STATE. EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO FALL AT
LEAST 10 TO 20 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL DURING THE STORMS TRANSITION.
BY SUNDAY...ANOTHER BACK DOOR FRONT LOOKS TO PUSH THE STORM
SOUTHWARD ALLOWING NORTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS TO GRADUALLY CLEAR
OUT.



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