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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
624 PM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

THE LATEST WINTER STORM SYSTEM SLOWLY CAME TO AN END TODAY AS ONE
PIECE OF ENERGY MOVED EAST INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS...AND A SECOND
PIECE MOVED FARTHER SOUTH INTO OLD MEXICO. BEFORE DEPARTING...IT
BROUGHT ONE LAST ROUND OF PRECIPITATION LATE LAST NIGHT THROUGH
EARLY THIS AFTERNOON...PROVIDING A MIX BAG OF RAIN...SNOW...FREEZING
RAIN...AND SLEET ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. OF NOTE...THE
STORM PRODUCED 15 INCHES OF SNOW IN THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS...AND NEARLY
2 INCHES OF RAIN NEAR THE GLENWOOD AREA. PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
WERE GENERALLY HIGHER ACROSS THE WEST...BECOMING LESS SO AS YOU
MOVED EAST AND NORTHEAST. CLOUDS SLIGHTLY CLEARED ACROSS FROM THE
NORTHWEST TO CENTRAL NEW MEXICO LATE THIS AFTERNOON...ALLOWING
SOME AREAS TO WARM UP SLIGHTLY. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGHS TODAY
INCLUDE 32 DEGREES IN TAOS...44 DEGREES IN CLAYTON...AND 46
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

THE STORM SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO CLEAR OUT TONIGHT...THOUGH A FEW
LIGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE POSSIBLE FOR MOST AREAS.
LITTLE TO NO ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED WITH THOSE SHOWERS. MORE
IMPORTANTLY...THE ABUNDANT MOISTURE WILL LEAD TO FOG AND FREEZING
FOG DEVELOPMENT BY EARLY SUNDAY MORNING...PARTICULARLY ACROSS THE
NORTHWEST PLATEAU AND WESTERN HIGHLANDS. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THEN TEENS AND LOWER 20S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE LOWER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

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