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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
700 PM MDT Wed Oct 26 2016

A ridge of high pressure over the region brought sunny skies and
dry conditions to the Land of Enchantment today with just a few
high clouds and light to breezy winds. Afternoon high temperatures
today generally ranged from the 60s and 70s north and west to the
70s to mid 80s east and south.

Clear skies are in store for tonight with a slight chance of early
morning patchy fog over the far southeast plains. Overnight low
temperatures will generally range from the 30s to mid 40s over
north central areas and over the west to the upper 40s to mid 50s
elsewhere. The highest northern mountain peaks will see lows in
the 20s. With high pressure in control, another nice day is in
store for Thursday. Expect sunny skies, minimal high clouds and
continued near record warm temperatures into the weekend.


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