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AWUS85 KABQ 051510
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-060315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
910 AM MDT SAT SEP 5 2015

LIGHT TO MODERATE SHOWERS ALONG WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE THE
OVERNIGHT STORY ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN AREAS...WITH LOWS IN
THE 50S AND 60S AREAWIDE. CURRENT BREAKS IN CLOUD COVER DURING
THE MORNING PERIOD WILL ALLOW SURFACE HEATING TO FIRE OFF ACTIVE STORMS
THIS AFTERNOON.

AS MOISTURE CONTINUES TO POUR INTO THE STATE FROM REMNANTS OF
KEVIN IN THE EAST PACIFIC FOLLOWING SOME DAYTIME
HEATING...SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS STORMS LOOK TO BE MORE ACTIVE
TODAY ACROSS WESTERN...CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO...WITH
ACTIVITY SPILLING INTO THE EAST TOWARD THE EVENING. CLOUD TO
GROUND LIGHTNING...GUSTY TO ERRATIC WINDS WITH PERIODS OF HEAVY
DOWNPOURS ARE EXPECTED IN STRONGER STORMS. AGAIN...STORMS WILL BE
STEADY MOVING TO THE NORTHEAST NEAR 20 MPH. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE
70S NORTH AND WEST TO 80S LOW 90S CENTRAL AND EAST.

STORM ACTIVITY LOOKS TO LESSEN NORTH OF THE INTERSTATE 40 CORRIDOR
SUNDAY THROUGH MIDWEEK AS A PACIFIC TROUGH PASSES ACROSS THE
NORTHERN ROCKIES USHERING DRIER AIR ACROSS THE NORTHERN TIER OF
THE STATE.

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