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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
600 PM MDT MON MAY 30 2016

Dryline thunderstorms developed this afternoon across eastern
counties with occasional to frequent lightning, pea to penny size
hail and gusty winds. A few storms did become severe. Isolated
virga showers occurred across central and western areas with
gusty and erratic winds. Otherwise, skies were partly sunny with
highs in the 70s and 80s. Expect mild lows tonight in the mid 30s
and 40s north central and west to 50s elsewhere. Isolated virga
showers will continue to favor central and western areas while
scattered showers and thunderstorms favor extreme eastern areas.
Like this afternoon, a few storms could become severe with cloud
to ground lightning, hail, and gusty winds to follow. Most
activity looks to taper down after midnight.

Northeastern areas will be cooler Tuesday as a back door cold
front swings into the region with scattered showers and
thunderstorms favoring the north and east. Isolated virga showers
will favor central and western areas again. Wednesday and Thursday
look to be wetter and cooler.


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