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NMZ501>540-050415-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1012 AM MDT TUE AUG 4 2015

LATE NIGHT THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED THROUGH NORTHEAST NEW
MEXICO...DROPPING MORE HEAVY RAIN AND EVEN SOME SMALL HAIL. THE
AIRPORT IN CLAYTON REPORTED A TOTAL OF 1.18 INCHES OF RAINFALL
FROM THESE STORMS. DESPITE THAT...THE ENCROACHING DRY AIR WAS
EVIDENT AS SKIES QUICKLY CLEARED WEST TO EAST. THE CLEARER SKIES
ALLOWED FOR MORE EFFICIENT COOLING...RESULTING IN LOW TEMPERATURES
GENERALLY COOLER THAN YESTERDAY MORNING. SOME OF THE NOTABLE
OVERNIGHT LOWS INCLUDE 39 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE...52 DEGREES IN
MORIARTY...AND 64 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

THE WARMING AND DRYING TREND WILL CONTINUE TODAY ACROSS THE LAND
OF ENCHANTMENT. AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE ISOLATED AND
LIMITED TO THE HIGH TERRAIN...PRODUCING VERY LOCALIZED MODERATE
RAINS. PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES IS EXPECTED FOR THE REST OF
THE STATE. DAYTIME HIGHS WILL BE IN THE UPPER 70S AND 80S ACROSS
THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 90S AND LOWER 100S ACROSS THE
SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

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