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AWUS85 KABQ 181428
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-190230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
728 AM MST THU DEC 18 2014

PATCHY FOG DEVELOPED OVERNIGHT ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST
PLATEAU. FREEZING FOG ALSO DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. VISIBILITY IN FOGGY AREAS WERE
REDUCED TO LESS THAN A MILE BUT LOOK TO IMPROVE BY THE LATE
MORNING HOURS. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED IN THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTH
TO UPPER 20S LOW 30S ELSEWHERE. AREAS OF LIGHT FROST OR BLACK ICE
MAY HAVE DEVELOPED ON ROADWAYS AND OVERPASSES SO BE SURE TO DRIVE
WITH EXTREME CAUTION.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON AS ANOTHER PACIFIC STORM
MAKES IT WAY TOWARD THE STATE. WESTERN AREAS WILL SEE HIGHER
ELEVATION SNOW SHOWERS...WITH LOWER LEVEL RAIN IMPACTING THE
CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THE MOUNTAINS COULD SEE AN
INCH OR MORE OF SNOW WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS ELSEWHERE. EXPECT
10 TO 15 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL HIGHS. PRECIPITATION ACTIVITY WILL
CONTINUE TONIGHT FAVORING AREAS SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE 40
CORRIDOR...WITH PATCHY FOG POSSIBLE IN THE FAR EASTERN PLAINS.

TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO NEAR OR ABOVE NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND
FOLLOWING BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.


$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 181428
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-190230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
728 AM MST THU DEC 18 2014

PATCHY FOG DEVELOPED OVERNIGHT ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST
PLATEAU. FREEZING FOG ALSO DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. VISIBILITY IN FOGGY AREAS WERE
REDUCED TO LESS THAN A MILE BUT LOOK TO IMPROVE BY THE LATE
MORNING HOURS. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED IN THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTH
TO UPPER 20S LOW 30S ELSEWHERE. AREAS OF LIGHT FROST OR BLACK ICE
MAY HAVE DEVELOPED ON ROADWAYS AND OVERPASSES SO BE SURE TO DRIVE
WITH EXTREME CAUTION.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON AS ANOTHER PACIFIC STORM
MAKES IT WAY TOWARD THE STATE. WESTERN AREAS WILL SEE HIGHER
ELEVATION SNOW SHOWERS...WITH LOWER LEVEL RAIN IMPACTING THE
CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THE MOUNTAINS COULD SEE AN
INCH OR MORE OF SNOW WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS ELSEWHERE. EXPECT
10 TO 15 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL HIGHS. PRECIPITATION ACTIVITY WILL
CONTINUE TONIGHT FAVORING AREAS SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE 40
CORRIDOR...WITH PATCHY FOG POSSIBLE IN THE FAR EASTERN PLAINS.

TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO NEAR OR ABOVE NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND
FOLLOWING BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.


$$

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