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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
644 AM MST Sat Feb 25 2017

Early this morning skies were mostly clear across the Land of
Enchantment, with very cold temperatures areawide. Winds were
mostly light across the region this morning, with low temperatures
so far were in the single digits to the teens northern and western
highlands, elsewhere lows were in the 20s to near 30 across the
southern lowlands. Extremes ranged from 6 degrees at Angel Fire
and Grants airport to 30 degrees at Socorro.

The dry conditions will persist over New Mexico today, but mid
and high clouds will increase as the day progresses. Expect
windy conditions again over the mountain tops of the state, and
breezes central and across the eastern plains. A warm up is
forecast this afternoon, but may be cut short on Sunday as a
disturbance moves overhead and produces rain and snow showers.
Another disturbance will pass over Tuesday and bring more showers
and wind, keeping temperatures on the cool side. A warm up will
then begin Wednesday and continue through the end of next week
with temperatures returning back to normal, or slightly above, by


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