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NMZ501>540-301215-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
605 PM MDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WILL CONTINUE THIS EVENING ACROSS PORTIONS
OF NORTH AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO INCLUDING THE SANGRE DE
CRISTOS...THE SAN JUAN AND JEMEZ MOUNTAINS AND THE UPPER RIO
GRANDE VALLEY THROUGH THIS EVENING...

ANOTHER AFTERNOON OF SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS IMPACTED MUCH OF NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO.
STORM COVERAGE BEGAN IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS BUT SHIFTED SOUTHWARD
THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH MODERATE TO HEAVY SHOWERS AND OCCASIONAL
LIGHTNING TO FOLLOW. STORMS WILL CONTINUE SOUTHWARD THIS EVENING
LOOKING TO TAPER OFF BEFORE MIDNIGHT. OTHERWISE...NEAR NORMAL
HIGHS RANGED IN THE 70S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO 80S AND
90S ELSEWHERE. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE 50S AND 60S AREA
WIDE.

STORM ACTIVITY WILL TAPER DOWN TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY BECAUSE OF
DRIER AIR SEEPING IN FROM THE WEST...ASSOCIATED WITH THE UPPER
LEVEL HIGH OVER THE GREAT BASIN. TEMPS WILL ALSO CREEP ABOVE
NORMAL BOTH DAYS AS WELL.

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