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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
758 PM MDT MON OCT 20 2014

ANOTHER ROUND OF SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED DURING
THE AFTERNOON ACROSS THE SOUTHERN AREAS AND THE CENTRAL REGION OF
NEW MEXICO...STORMS WILL SLOWLY MOVE NORTHWESTWARD THROUGH THE
EVENING HOURS BEFORE DIMINISHING. SOME OF THE HIGHEST RAINFALL
TOTALS SO FAR INCLUDE 0.97 INCHES AT GLENWOOD...0.48 INCHES AT
QUEMADO AND 0.44 INCHES AT THE ALBUQUERQUE SUNPORT. HIGH TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM THE 50S TO THE 60S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 60S
TO THE 70S ELSEWHERE. EXPECT PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES TONIGHT
THE ACROSS THE REGION...WITH SOME LOW CLOUDS AND FOG DEVELOPING
OVERNIGHT...ESPECIALLY IN THE RAINFALL AREAS. LOW TEMPERATURES
WILL RANGE FROM THE 30S TO THE 40S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
40S TO THE LOW 50S ELSEWHERE.

ON TUESDAY...THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHWEST WILL DRIFT
NORTHEASTWARD ACROSS NEW MEXICO AND BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE IN
THE 50S TO THE 60S IN MOST AREAS ACROSS NEW MEXICO...WITH SOME IN
THE 70S IN THE NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS.

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RTJ




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