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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
826 PM MDT Sun Jun 25 2017

Afternoon heating, abundant low level moisture and an upper level
disturbance moving across the region, combined to kick off scattered
to numerous showers and thunderstorms over the state today. Many
of the thunderstorms were severe with large hail, strong damaging
winds and moderate to heavy rainfall reported. Possible funnel clouds
were also reported at a couple of locations. Several locations over
the eastern plains reported golf ball size hail. A thunderstorm wind
gust to 52 mph was reported in Stanley and another gust to 51 mph
was reported at sunport in Albuquerque. Afternoon high temperatures
today ranged from the mid 60s to mid 80s over higher terrain and
over the eastern plains. Elsewhere high temperatures reached the
mid 80s to 90s.

The chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue over most of
the state through the overnight hours, excluding the far northwest.
A few storms this evening could turn strong to severe with heavy
downpours, hail and strong gusty winds. Overnight low temperatures
will range from the mid 40s to mid 50s over higher terrain and over
the upper Rio Grande river valley and over the northeast to eastern
highlands and northeast plains. Elsewhere, low temperatures will range
from the upper 50s to the upper 60s. Another round of mainly scattered
showers and thunderstorms are in store for Monday, initially developing
over the mountains then drifting southeastward over adjacent lowlands.


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