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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
955 AM MST FRI DEC 26 2014

A PACIFIC FRONT PUSHED ACROSS THE STATE OVERNIGHT PRODUCING SNOW
SHOWERS ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL AREAS THAT EXPANDED IN
COVERAGE. FREEZING FOG WITH LOW CLOUD COVER FOLLOWED BEHIND THE
FRONT AS IT PUSHED EAST...INCREASING DRIVING DIFFICULTY IN ITS
WAKE. FARMINGTON...THE ABQ SUNPORT...AND RATON WERE JUST A FEW
SITES THAT REPORTED FREEZING FOG WITH A QUARTER MILE VISIBILITY
EARLY THIS MORNING. OTHERWISE...OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED FROM 4
DEGREES AT GRANTS...16 AT GALLUP...19 AT TAOS TO 25 AT CLOVIS AIR
FORCE BASE AND DOUBLE EAGLE AIRPORT.

WIDESPREAD SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE NORTH CENTRAL
AND CENTRAL SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS INTO THE EASTERN PLAINS
TODAY. SPOTTY SNOW SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE ELSEWHERE AS THE STORM
MOVES EAST WITH TEMPERATURES FALLING 10 TO 20 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.
SNOW SHOWERS WILL TAPER OFF TONIGHT WITH FRIGID OVERNIGHT LOWS
RANGING FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO TEENS AREA WIDE.

THINGS LOOK TO CLEAR OUT BY SATURDAY WITH A FEW LINGERING SNOW
SHOWERS ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST. HIGHS WILL REMAIN 10 TO 20
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

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