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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
616 AM MST Sat Dec 10 2016

Early this morning parts of east central and southeast plains
were impacted by low clouds and freezing fog resulting in
visibilities of less than one mile at times. Elsewhere a few
high cirrus across the region. low temperatures so far this
morning were generally in teens and 20s in the mountains, and
in the 20s and 30s across the lower elevations. Extremes ranged
from 17 degrees at Grants and Gallup to 34 degrees at Los Alamos.

Mostly sunny skies and above normal high temperatures will
prevail over New Mexico today before a backdoor cold front
impacts the region late tonight through Sunday. This system
will bring gusty winds to the region, and high mountains snow
and low elevations rain favoring the northwest and extreme
northern New Mexico. High temperatures today will range from
the 40s and 50s across northwest half of the state, and in the
50s and 60s across the eastern plains and southern lowlands.


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