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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
600 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

TODAY WAS FAIRLY QUIET COMPARED TO MONDAY`S STORMS. A FEW
ISOLATED SHOWERS DEVELOPED OVER THE NORTH BUT QUICKLY DISSIPATED.
DRIER AIR MOVED INTO THE REGION FROM THE WEST PROVIDING PARTLY TO
MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES AREAWIDE. HIGHS WERE BELOW MAY NORMS BUT
FAIRLY PLEASANT WITH 50S LOW 60S ACROSS THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS...MID 60S IN THE WEST AND ESTANCIA VALLEY...TO MID AND
UPPER 70S CENTRAL AND EAST. THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS SAW HIGHS IN THE
80S. SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL LINGER ALONG NORTHERN
AND EASTERN BORDERS AS A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT SLIDES IN THE
EASTERN PLAINS TONIGHT. RELATIVE HUMIDTY VALUES WILL BE HIGHER
BEHIND THE FRONT WITH BELOW NORMAL LOWS IN THE 30S NORTH AND WEST
TO MID 40S IN THE EAST.

ANOTHER APPROACHING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM WILL DEVELOP WIDESPREAD
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FAVORING AREAS
EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN. STORMS WILL THEN FAVOR NORTHERN AND
EASTERN AREAS FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND AS THE UPPER LEVEL LOW
CROSSES THE CENTRAL ROCKIES. HIGHS LOOK TO REMAIN BELOW NORMAL
FOR THE NEXT SEVERALS DAYS BECAUSE OF CONSISTENT STORM ACTIVITY.

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