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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
810 PM MDT Sun May 28 2017

Afternoon showers developed over higher terrain today and moved
easterly over lower terrain. A few thunderstorms also fired up
over the southwest mountains. These thunderstorms are moving into
the middle Rio Grande Valley this evening and will continue on to
points east. Gusty outflow winds in and around the thunderstorms
are possible. High temperatures this afternoon generally ranged
from the 50s to 60s over higher terrain to the 70s to mid 80s over
lower terrain.

Any shower and thunderstorm activity should largely dissipate by
midnight. Overnight low temperatures will range from the 30s to
mid 40s over higher terrain, over the west and over the northeast
plains to the mid 40s to upper 50s along the middle to lower Rio
Grande river valley, northern Tularosa basin and over the east
central to southeast plains. The chance for convective activity
will be on the increase on Memorial Day as low level moisture
increases. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will fire up over
higher terrain, mainly during the afternoon and evening hours,
then move eastward over lower terrain. Afternoon high temperatures
on Monday will be warmer.


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