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AWUS85 KABQ 200111
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-201315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
611 PM MST FRI DEC 19 2014

PATCHY AREAS OF FOG AND FREEZING FOG LITTERED THE LAND OF
ENCHANTMENT LANDSCAPE THIS MORNING...NOTABLY ACROSS THE FAR
EASTERN PLAINS AND ACROSS THE NORTHWEST. THE FOG AND LOW CLOUDS
BURNED OFF BY THE AFTERNOON HOURS...LEAVING MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES
ACROSS THE STATE. THE SUN WAS A WELCOME SITE FOR MANY...AS COOLER
AIR AND BREEZY AFTERNOON WINDS MADE FOR A COOL AND BRISK DAY.
AFTERNOON HIGHS WERE GENERALLY NEAR TO BELOW NORMAL FOR MID
DECEMBER...AND NOT TOO FAR OFF YESTERDAYS READINGS. SOME OF THE
NOTABLE HIGHS INCLUDE 36 DEGREES IN TAOS...41 DEGREES IN SANTA
FE....50 DEGREES IN CLAYTON...AND 60 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

HIGH CLOUDS WILL WORK INTO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO
TONIGHT...WHICH SHOULD PREVENT WIDESPREAD FOG FROM DEVELOPING
AGAIN. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE NEAR NORMAL...RANGING
FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO
THE MID 20S ACROSS THE EASTERN PLAINS.

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