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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
803 AM MDT SAT MAY 28 2016

Quiet night across the land of enchantment, with skies mostly
clear across New Mexico. Only rainfall report from yesterday
was 0.07 inches at Capulin in Union county. Low temperatures
so far this morning were generally in the 30s mountains, and
from the 40s to 50s elsewhere. Extremes ranged from 20 degrees
at Angel Fire to 57 degrees at the Roswell airport.

Plenty of sunshine in store for today across New Mexico, with
high temperatures at or slightly below normal for May. Highs
will range from the 60s to 70s in the mountains, and from the
70s to near 90 degrees elsewhere.

Warmer afternoon high temperatures are forecast Sunday and
Monday across the state. Late day spotty showers and storms
will be possible through Monday favoring mountain areas of
New Mexico. Expect storms to produce very little to no
measurable precipitation, except for a few stronger to
severe storms will be possible along the dryline east of
the central mountain chain. A backdoor cold front will
move southwest across the region late tuesday and bring
much needed moisture increasing chances for showers and
storms through mid week.


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