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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
711 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

TODAY WAS A MUCH LESS ACTIVE DAY THAN WHAT WE HAVE BECOME
ACCUSTOMED TO SEEING THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER MONTHS. DAYTIME HIGH
TEMPERATURES TRENDED UP ACROSS THE EAST AND DOWN ACROSS THE
WEST...STAYING ABOVE NORMAL AREAWIDE. HIGHS RANGED FROM 91 AT
GALLUP TO 89 IN SANTA FE TO 90 IN CAPULIN AND 98 IN ROSWELL. SKIES
WERE MOSTLY TO PARTLY CLOUDY FOR A LARGE CHUNK OF THE AFTERNOON AS
CUMULUS CLOUDS DEVELOPED AND INCREASED ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN.
A FEW ISOLATED STORMS POPPED UP OVER THE SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS
BUT NOTHING SIGNIFICANT. IT TOOK US ALMOST ALL AFTERNOON BEFORE WE
FINALLY GOT A LIGHTNING STRIKE IN NORTHERN NM FROM PASSING
SHOWERS. OVERNIGHT STORMS WILL FAVOR THE NORTHWEST...WITH LOW
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S ACROSS THE NORTH AND
WEST...MID 60S CENTRAL AND MID TO UPPER 60S EAST.

TOMORROW WILL BE SIMILAR TO TODAY WITH THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN
LARGELY UNCHANGED WITH THE HIGH BEING THE DOMINATING FEATURE. DAYTIME
HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL TREND UP SLIGHTLY WITH PRECIPITATION
FAVORING NORTHERN NEW MEXICO WITH THE BEST CHANCES ACROSS THE
HIGHER TERRAIN. INTO THE WEEKEND TEMPERATURES WILL BE ABOVE
AVERAGE WITH LESS STORM ACTIVITY EXPECTED SATURDAY. SUNDAY LOOKS
TO COOL OFF WITH INCREASED STORM CHANCES.

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AAM




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