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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
700 AM MST Sat Jan 21 2017

Low temperatures overnight ranged from the upper teens to near 30
in the northern mountains and upper Rio Grande Valley, with 30s
along the middle to lower Rio Grande Valley and southeastern
plains. Snow will continue across much of the western half of the
state most of the day today. High temperatures today will range
from the 30s in the northern mountains and western highlands, with
40s for the lower to middle Rio Grande Valley, and 50s over the
eastern plains.

Scattered rain and snow showers across the region will gradually
taper off by afternoon in the central Rio Grande valley and
eastern plains. Windy conditions will follow across the east with
gusts of up to 60 mph at Cline`s Corners and Ruidoso.

Sunday a few rain and snow showers continue across the northwest,
with mostly sunny skies in the east. Temperatures will begin to
drop statewide Monday afternoon behind a cold frontal passage.


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