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AWUS85 KABQ 040009
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-041215-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
609 PM MDT THU SEP 3 2015

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT TODAY TURNED OUT TO BE FAIRLY
PUTRID...WITH ONLY A SMATTERING OF STORMS ACROSS SOUTHWEST AND
SOUTHEAST NEW MEXICO. ONLY A COUPLE OF THOSE STORMS LIKELY
PRODUCED MORE THAN A TENTH OF AN INCH. THAT DID NOT STOP A FUNNEL
CLOUD FROM DEVELOPING NEAR PORTALES DURING THE AFTERNOON AS A
SURFACE BOUNDARY HELPED CREATE SPIN WITHIN NEARBY CLOUDS.
FORTUNATELY THERE WAS NO TOUCHDOWN AS STORMS IN THE AREA REMAINED
BENIGN. PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE SEEN ACROSS THE LAND OF
ENCHANTMENT AS HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHED NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL
LEVELS. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 79
DEGREES IN TAOS...88 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE...AND 98 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE WEST WILL DISSIPATE AFTER SUNSET...THOUGH
SHOWERS MAY LINGER OVERNIGHT AS AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE
APPROACHES. SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST CLOUD ADVECTION WILL MAKE FOR
ANOTHER CLOUDY NIGHT...SIMILAR TO PREVIOUS NIGHTS. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM NEAR 40 AND LOWER 50S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 60S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 040009
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-041215-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
609 PM MDT THU SEP 3 2015

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT TODAY TURNED OUT TO BE FAIRLY
PUTRID...WITH ONLY A SMATTERING OF STORMS ACROSS SOUTHWEST AND
SOUTHEAST NEW MEXICO. ONLY A COUPLE OF THOSE STORMS LIKELY
PRODUCED MORE THAN A TENTH OF AN INCH. THAT DID NOT STOP A FUNNEL
CLOUD FROM DEVELOPING NEAR PORTALES DURING THE AFTERNOON AS A
SURFACE BOUNDARY HELPED CREATE SPIN WITHIN NEARBY CLOUDS.
FORTUNATELY THERE WAS NO TOUCHDOWN AS STORMS IN THE AREA REMAINED
BENIGN. PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE SEEN ACROSS THE LAND OF
ENCHANTMENT AS HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHED NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL
LEVELS. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 79
DEGREES IN TAOS...88 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE...AND 98 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE WEST WILL DISSIPATE AFTER SUNSET...THOUGH
SHOWERS MAY LINGER OVERNIGHT AS AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE
APPROACHES. SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST CLOUD ADVECTION WILL MAKE FOR
ANOTHER CLOUDY NIGHT...SIMILAR TO PREVIOUS NIGHTS. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM NEAR 40 AND LOWER 50S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 60S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 031552
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-040400-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
952 AM MDT THU SEP 3 2015

A FEW SHOWERS LINGERED ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS BUT
GRADUALLY CLEARED BY MIDNIGHT. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 40S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND
WESTERN MOUNTAINS TO 50S AND 60S ELSEWHERE.

TODAY...SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
IMPACT MUCH OF CENTRAL AND WESTERN NEW MEXICO...WITH NUMEROUS
ACTIVITY FAVORING THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...ISOLATED IN THE EAST.
STORM MOTIONS WILL BE NORTHEASTERN BETWEEN 5 AND 15 MPH...WITH
FASTER MOVING STORMS IN THE EAST. GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS
ASSOCIATED WITH WET MICROBURST WILL BE EXPECTED WITH STRONGER
STORMS FOLLOWING CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING AND SMALL HAIL. STORMS
LOOK TO CONTINUE INTO THE EVENING ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN
AREAS BEFORE TAPERING OFF LATE TONIGHT. HIGHS WILL BE COOLER AND
BELOW NORMAL CENTRAL AND WEST....WARMER TO NEAR ABOVE NORMAL IN
THE EAST. LOOK FOR 70S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS
TO UPPER 80S MID 90S CENTRAL AND EAST.

STORM ACTIVITY WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD GOING INTO THE LABOR
DAY WEEKEND AS DEEP MOISTURE SURGES NORTHWARD AHEAD OF TROPICAL
STORM KEVIN IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC. EXPECT BELOW SEASONAL READINGS
IN THE WEST...ABOVE NORMAL IN THE EAST THROUGH MONDAY.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 031552
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-040400-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
952 AM MDT THU SEP 3 2015

A FEW SHOWERS LINGERED ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS BUT
GRADUALLY CLEARED BY MIDNIGHT. OTHERWISE...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 40S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND
WESTERN MOUNTAINS TO 50S AND 60S ELSEWHERE.

TODAY...SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
IMPACT MUCH OF CENTRAL AND WESTERN NEW MEXICO...WITH NUMEROUS
ACTIVITY FAVORING THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...ISOLATED IN THE EAST.
STORM MOTIONS WILL BE NORTHEASTERN BETWEEN 5 AND 15 MPH...WITH
FASTER MOVING STORMS IN THE EAST. GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS
ASSOCIATED WITH WET MICROBURST WILL BE EXPECTED WITH STRONGER
STORMS FOLLOWING CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING AND SMALL HAIL. STORMS
LOOK TO CONTINUE INTO THE EVENING ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN
AREAS BEFORE TAPERING OFF LATE TONIGHT. HIGHS WILL BE COOLER AND
BELOW NORMAL CENTRAL AND WEST....WARMER TO NEAR ABOVE NORMAL IN
THE EAST. LOOK FOR 70S ACROSS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS
TO UPPER 80S MID 90S CENTRAL AND EAST.

STORM ACTIVITY WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD GOING INTO THE LABOR
DAY WEEKEND AS DEEP MOISTURE SURGES NORTHWARD AHEAD OF TROPICAL
STORM KEVIN IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC. EXPECT BELOW SEASONAL READINGS
IN THE WEST...ABOVE NORMAL IN THE EAST THROUGH MONDAY.

$$

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