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AWUS85 KABQ 181611
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-190415-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1011 AM MDT FRI APR 18 2014

OVERNIGHT...LOW CLOUDS WITH FOG WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE FAR
EAST CENTRAL PLAINS NEAR THE TEXAS BORDER...ALONG WITH 3 MILE
VISIBILITY OBSERVED NEAR CLOVIS. OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR
ELSEWHERE BEFORE INCREASING LATE MORNING MID TO HIGH CLOUDS ACROSS
THE SOUTHWEST. SOME NOTABLE OVERNIGHT LOWS INCLUDED 28 DEGREES AT
TAOS AIRPORT...30 AT LAS VEGAS...37 AT BELEN...AND 45 AT SOCORRO.

TODAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND...LOOK FOR AFTERNOON ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL HIGH TERRAIN...WITH
POSSIBLE DRIER STORMS ACROSS THE NORTHWEST. LOCALIZED GUSTY WINDS
ARE IMMINENT IN DRIER STORMS. BY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY...STORM
ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE DEVELOPING OVER THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS AND WILL DRIFT EAST INTO THE HIGHLANDS. NEAR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED BUT COULD VARY DUE TO CLOUD COVER AND
PRECIPITATION.

RESIDUAL MOISTURE AND A BACK DOOR FRONT WILL KEEP ISOLATED SHOWERS
ACROSS THE NORTHEAST PLAINS ON MONDAY BUT A DRY PATTERN LOOKS TO
RETURN BY MIDWEEK.

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