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AWUS85 KABQ 310109
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NMZ501>540-311315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
609 PM MST FRI JAN 30 2015

AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM LITTERED THE NEW MEXICO LANDSCAPE WITH
MOIST RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TODAY. THE HEAVIEST SHOWERS IMPACTED
AREAS ALONG AND WEST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN...WITH MAINLY
LIGHT RAIN AND RAIN SNOW MIXES ACROSS THE EASTERN PLAINS. THROUGH
5PM...SOME NOTABLE SNOWFALL TOTALS INCLUDE 9 INCHES IN
LINDRITH...8 INCHES IN CHAMA...AND 7 INCHES FOR VARIOUS AREAS
WITHIN THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS. ALSO...SOME NOTABLE LIQUID EQUIVALENT
TOTALS INCLUDE 1.1 INCHES IN GLENWOOD...0.84 INCHES IN CHAMA...AND
0.80 INCHES IN GALLUP. THE ABUNDANT MOISTURE AND CLOUD COVER KEPT
TEMPERATURES AT BAY...WITH ONLY SLIGHT WARMING FROM THIS MORNINGS
LOWS. HIGHS TODAY RANGED FROM

VALLEY RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT TONIGHT...WITH THE BEST CHANCES FOR
PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE WESTERN HIGH TERRAIN AND THE SOUTHEAST.
ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 4 INCHES WILL BE
POSSIBLE FOR AREAS GENERALLY ABOVE 7000 FEET. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL BE NEAR TO SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN THIS MORNINGS
LOWS...AND REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL FOR LATE JANUARY. THE LOWS WILL
RANGE FROM THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE LOWER 30S
ACROSS THE MIDDLE AND LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY.

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