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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
729 PM MDT FRI AUG 22 2014

IT WAS A VERY WET DAY TODAY ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL AREAS AS A
BROAD AREA OF SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS CROSSED
THE REGION. A LIGHT STEADY RAIN BEGAN DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS
AND LASTED OFF AN ON ALL DAY. SOME AREAS SAW MODERATE TO LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINFALL IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE STRONGER STORM CELLS.
RAINFALL AMOUNTS HAVE RANGED FROM 0.54 INCHES IN LAGUNA TO 0.29 IN
CHAMA TO 0.27 IN ALBUQUERQUE. DAYTIME HIGHS WERE MUCH COOLER THAN
PREVIOUS DAYS CENTRAL AND WEST WITH TEMPERATURES AS MUCH AS 16
DEGREES BELOW SEASONAL NORMAL. READINGS RANGED FROM 76 IN
FARMINGTON TO 72 IN ALBUQUERQUE...68 IN CLINES CORNERS TO 96 IN
TUCUMCARI.

SHOWER AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE ACROSS
CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO WITH SOME ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
IN SOUTHEAST NEW MEXICO. ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED TO DECREASE INTO
SATURDAY MORNING WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES PREVAILING FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
THE DOWN TREND WILL NOT LAST LONG AS ACTIVITY IS ANTICIPATED TO
RAMP BACK UP SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY.

$$

AAM




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