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Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
608 AM MDT Mon Sep 25 2017

Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms continued
overnight into the early morning hours across eastern areas. Low
clouds with limited visibility looks to prevail across much of the
east into the early afternoon as more storm activity gets
underway. Meanwhile, overnight lows dropped into the upper 20s,
low 30s across the northern and western mountains with 50s and
60s central and east.

Look for continued thunderstorm coverage across the east with
drier, cooler condtions along and west of the central mountain
chain today. Storms could be strong to severe in the east this
afternoon with help from the back door cold front. Look for gap
winds to impact the ABQ metro area early Tuesday as the front
pushes through the central mountain gaps.

Storms will become more widespread Wednesday through Friday as
another upper level low sets up over the California...Arizona
border.

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