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AWUS85 KABQ 251233
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NMZ501>540-260045-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
533 AM MST SUN JAN 25 2015

IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET OVERNIGHT PERIOD WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES ALL
OVER EXCEPT FOR A FEW HIGH CLOUDS OVER THE NORTHEAST AND SOUTH.
LOWS WERE A BIT WARMER THAN PREVIOUS...RANGING IN THE TEENS ACROSS
THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND NORTHWEST HIGHLANDS TO 20S AND 30S
ELSEWHERE. TODAY WILL BE ANOTHER PLEASANT DAY WITH MOSTLY SUNNY
SKIES AND NEAR NORMAL HIGHS IN THE 40S ACROSS THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS TO UPPER 40S LOW 50S ELSEWHERE. LIGHT TO MODERATE
AFTERNOON BREEZES WILL BE EXPECTED EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN
CHAIN.

WARMING TREND WILL CONTINUE MONDAY THROUGH MIDWEEK ALLOWING
TEMPERATURES TO RISE ABOVE NORMAL. LATE MONDAY INTO
TUESDAY...EXPECT CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION CHANCES TO INCREASE
ACROSS MUCH OF WESTERN NEW MEXICO AS A BAJA LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
PASSES WEST OF THE STATE. RAIN AND HIGHER ELEVATION SNOW LOOK TO
IMPACT THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS.
PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD LATE THURSDAY
INTO FRIDAY BECAUSE OF BACK DOOR ACTIVITY FROM THE EAST COMBINING
WITH ANOTHER BAJA SYSTEM FROM THE WEST.

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