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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
829 AM MDT TUE SEP 16 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS CONTINUED OVERNIGHT ACROSS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
NEW MEXICO. HIGH 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS INCLUDE 2.46 INCHES AT
WHITEWATER CREEK NEAR GLENWOOD...1.46 NEAR MOGOLLON...1.11 NEAR THE
BOSQUE DEL APACHE REFUGE AND 1.07 NEAR THE ISLETA PUEBLO. THERE
WERE ALSO PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL REPORTED YESTERDAY EVENING AT THE
SUNPORT AND ISLETA PUEBLO. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED FROM THE UPPER
30S TO MID 40S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO 50S AND LOW 60S
ELSEWHERE. OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY STATEWIDE.

SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH STORMS WILL CONTINUE FOR SOUTHERN AND
PORTIONS OF CENTRAL NEW MEXICO THROUGH THIS EVENING AS SUBTROPICAL
MOISTURE SURGES NORTHWARD. STORMS WITH FLASH FLOODING POTENTIAL
WILL FAVOR THE SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS. THE LITTLE
BEAR AND WHITEWATER BALDY BURN SCARS ARE ON HIGH ALERT FOR FLASH
FLOODING POTENTIAL. LOOK FOR WARMER DAYTIME HIGHS ACROSS THE
NORTHEAST...COOLER CENTRAL AND WEST.

LOOK FOR WIDESPREAD SHOWERS FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN AREAS WEDNESDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY AS REMNANTS FROM ODILE CONTINUE SURGING NORTH AND
EAST...WITH POTENTIAL FLASH FLOODING FAVORING HIGH IMPACT AREAS.

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