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AWUS85 KABQ 161525
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NMZ501>540-170300-

Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
825 AM MST Sat Dec 16 2017

It was another cold night across the Land of Enchantment, with skies
mostly clear except for a few high clouds. Low temperatures this
morning generally ranged from the single digits to 20s across the
northwest New Mexico, northern mountains and Estancia Valley and
south central mountains, elsewhere lows were in the 20s.

High clouds today, will increase from the west to east over the
region. Westerly afternoon breezes are forecast to develop east
of the central mountain chain across the east central plains.
High temperatures today will be in 40s and 50s across the state.

A storm system will spread clouds and precipitation across the
area Sunday into early Monday, mainly impacting southern New
Mexico with lower elevation rain and mountain snow. Increasing
winds and temperatures are forecast Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of
another storm system and associated cold front, forecast to
impact the state late Thursday into the holiday weekend. Much
colder temperatures are forecast Friday into the weekend, with the
potential for snow.

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RTJ

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