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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
724 PM MDT TUE APR 15 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AREAWIDE AS HIGH CLOUDS STREAMED ACROSS
THE STATE. DAYTIME HIGHS WERE MUCH WARMER TODAY TRENDING 10 TO 20
DEGREES HIGHER THAN YESTERDAYS. FARMINGTON CAME IN AT 64...67 IN
LAS VEGAS AND 72 IN ROSWELL. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL STILL BE CHILLY
BUT TREND HIGHER THAN THIS MORNINGS READINGS. LOCATIONS IN THE
EAST AND CENTRAL CAN EXPECT LOWS IN THE UPPER 30S TO LOW
40S...NORTHERN AND WESTERN AREAS WILL BE IN THE 20S.

TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TRENDING UP SLIGHTLY INTO WEDNESDAY
RETURNING CLOSER TO SEASONAL NORMAL. WINDS WILL BECOME BREEZY TO
WINDY ACROSS THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS AND WESTERN LOCATIONS.
PRECIPITATION CHANCES WILL INCREASE THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AS
A SYSTEM PASSES TO OUR NORTH WITH FAVORED LOCATIONS THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS AND NORTHEAST. THE EFFECTS OF THIS SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE
INTO THURSDAY WITH TEMPERATURES TAKING A DIVE ACROSS CENTRAL AND
EASTERN AREAS THANKS TO A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT.

THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY WILL SEE A BRIEF REPRIEVE OF WEATHER
BEFORE ANOTHER SYSTEM GETS READY TO MOVE IN FRIDAY NIGHT INTO THE
WEEKEND.

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AAM





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