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AWUS85 KABQ 300033
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-301245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
633 PM MDT SAT AUG 29 2015

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED THIS AFTERNOON OVER
THE HIGHER TERRAIN AND EASTERN PLAINS. STORM MOTIONS WERE SOUTH TO
SOUTHWEST BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH. MULTIPLE OUTFLOW BOUNDARIES
DEVELOPED ALONG THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS FROM STORMS ALONG THE EAST
SLOPES WHICH CREATED GUSTY EAST WINDS THAT PUSHED TOWARD THE
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE. STORM ACTIVITY WILL DIMINISH TOWARD THE
EVENING EXCEPT FOR LINGERING ISOLATED STORMS ACROSS THE WEST
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS. PATCHY DENSE FOG COULD BE
EXPECTED TONIGHT ACROSS THE MORENO VALLEY. OTHERWISE...LOOK FOR
CLOUD COVER CENTRAL AND WEST WITH MOMENTS OF CLEARING AFTER
MIDNIGHT CENTRAL AND EAST. LOWS WILL BE IN THE 50S AND 60S...WITH
COOLER LOWS IN AREAS OF CLEARER SKIES.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL FAVOR AREAS ALONG AND WEST OF THE
CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN SUNDAY WITH PERIODS OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN
FOLLOWING ERRATIC AND SLOW MOVING STORMS. TEMPS WILL BE NEAR TO
ABOVE NORMAL FOR MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH SLIGHT COOLING IN THE
FAR WEST. MONDAY AND TUESDAY LOOKS TO REMAIN ACTIVE.


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