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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
724 AM MST Tue Jan 17 2017

Overnight skies were mostly cloudy with a few rain showers
across the central areas of New Mexico, and snow showers over
the higher elevations around Los Alamos and Jemez mountains and
southwest and west central areas of the state. Early this morning
Grants area was impacted by patchy fog resulting in reduced
visibilities. Extreme low temperatures so far this morning ranged
from 19 degrees at Raton to 41 degrees at the Roswell airport.

Once again skies will be mostly cloudy today with rain showers
and high terrain snow favoring areas across the western areas
of New Mexico, and over the southeastern plains where a few
thunderstorms will be possible. High temperatures today will be
in the 30s and 40s over the northern mountains, and from the 40s
to the 50s elsewhere.

Drier weather and warmer daytime high temperatures are forecast
for Wednesday and Thursday before a set of disturbances return
beginning Thursday night and continuing into early next week
with colder temperatures and winter weather across New Mexico.


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