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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
855 AM MDT Tue May 23 2017

A cold front passed south through the eastern plains overnight,
cooling temperatures area-wide, but only bringing a few showers of
less than 1 inch accumulation. Clouds will stick around this
morning east of the central mountains. Overnight low temperatures
were cooler in the east behind the front, in the upper 30s and low
40s across the north and east, and in the 40s and 50s elsewhere.

After yesterday`s storms across the eastern plains, precipitation
is clearing out of the region. Today, high temperatures will be
below normal areawide, except for the extreme southwest mountains.
A warming trend will develop Wednesday as high pressure slowly
builds in. Temperatures increase to above normal Thursday and
Friday accompanied by windy conditions. The Memorial day weekend
looks to remain warm and dry, except for a trough sliding through
on Saturday afternoon, bringing the possibility of showers and


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