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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
446 PM MST Sat Dec 10 2016

Low clouds near Roswell dissipated by the early afternoon giving
way to partly sunny skies there and all over as high clouds
scurried across the sky. Moderate breezes were felt east of the
central mountain chain as high temps topped in the 50s and 60s
areawide. Tonight, winds will increase over the mountains as an
upper level wave invades the northern half of the state. Strongest
winds will occur across the Sangre De Cristos with gusts topping
to 65 mph.

Strong to damaging winds will continue impacting areas along the
central mountain chain and adjacent highlands Sunday into Monday
as the upper level jet dives southward. Mixed precip looks to
develop across the northwest Sunday as well. Look for temps to
remain above normal through Thursday, except for portions of the
northeast Wednesday because of a backdoor cold front. More windy
and cooler conditions look to return by the end of the week with
another approaching storm system.


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