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AWUS85 KABQ 310030
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-311230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
630 PM MDT WED JUL 30 2014

A BACKDOOR COLD FRONT ENTERED THE NORTHEAST PLAINS THIS MORNING
WITH THUNDERSTORMS...GUSTY WINDS...AND COOLER AIR. THE CLAYTON
AIRPORT PICKED UP 0.57 INCHES OF RAINFALL AS THE STORMS CAME
THROUGH. THE REST OF THE EASTERN PLAINS REMAINED UNDER PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES THIS MORNING WHILE CENTRAL AND WESTERN NEW
MEXICO HAD MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEGAN TO
BUILD BACK UP DURING THE EARLY AFTERNOON AND REMAIN ACTIVE ACROSS
AND ALONG THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL MOUNTAINS AS WELL AS PORTIONS
OF THE SOUTHWEST. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY
INCLUDE 73 DEGREES IN RATON...88 DEGREES IN GALLUP...AND 95
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH SOUTH AND WEST DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS...REACHING THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE AROUND MIDNIGHT.
THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE
FRONT EVEN AS IT MOVES WEST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS...RESULTING
IN BETTER CHANCES FOR STORMS IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY LATE TONIGHT
THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY MORNING. STRONG WINDS WILL IMPACT THE GAPS
OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS AS THE FRONT PUSHES THROUGH...ESPECIALLY
NEAR THE ALBUQUERQUE METRO WHERE GUSTS UP TO 45 MPH WILL BE
POSSIBLE. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE 40S AND LOWER 50S
ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 60S ACROSS THE MIDDLE RIO
GRANDE AND PECOS VALLEYS.

THE ACTIVE WEATHER PATTERN WILL PERSIST THURSDAY BUT WITH THE
FOCUS FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL NEW MEXICO...GIVING THE FAR EASTERN PLAINS A BREAK.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 301610
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-310200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1010 AM MDT WED JUL 30 2014

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY IN MOST AREAS ACROSS NEW MEXICO AND
ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LINGERED INTO THE EARLY MORNING
HOURS ACROSS THE NORTHWEST PLATEAU...CENTRAL HIGHLANDS...EAST CENTRAL
AND NORTHEAST PLAINS. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 40S
TO THE 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE MID 50S TO THE UPPER
60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY FAVORING THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS AND NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS TODAY...SOME OF THE STORMS MAY
PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WAS ISSUED
THROUGH THIS EVENING FOR THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND THE NORTHEAST
HIGHLANDS. DUE TO DRIER AIR EXPECT LESS STORM ACTIVITY IN THE
WESTERN AND SOUTHERN AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT
WILL DROP INTO THE NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS AND RACE SOUTH TODAY
INCREASING STORM ACTIVITY IN THAT REGION. AS THE FRONT SURGES
WESTWARD INTO THE MIDDLE RIO GRANDE VALLEY...EXPECT EAST CANYON
WINDS TO DEVELOP DURING THE EVENING AND WILL INCREASE MOISTURE
ACROSS THE REGION. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM LOW 70S TO
THE 80S IN THE MOUNTAINS AND FROM THE 80S TO THE 90S ELSEWHERE.
LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM MID 40S TO THE UPPER 50S
IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE MID 50S TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR THE WET MONSOON PATTERN TO CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND
ACROSS NEW MEXICO AND HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY BE AT OR
BELOW NORMAL.

$$

RTJ








000
AWUS85 KABQ 300142
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-301345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
742 PM MDT TUE JUL 29 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED ACROSS MUCH OF THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT THIS AFTERNOON. MODERATE TO HEAVY DOWNPOURS
WERE REPORTED IN MANY LOCATIONS. SEVERAL REPORTS WERE RECEIVED OF
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF OVER AN INCH. ONE THUNDERSTORM IN MORIARTY
PRODUCED A WIND GUST NEAR 55 MPH AND PEA SIZE HAIL AND OVER AN
INCH OF RAIN. AFTERNOON HIGHS TODAY RANGED FROM THE MID 70S TO
LOW 80S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND SOUTHWEST HIGHLANDS TO
THE MID TO UPPER 80S OVER THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS AND LOWER RIO GRAND
RIVER VALLEY. CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY WILL TAPER OFF THIS EVENING AND
TONIGHT WITH JUST A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED
ESPECIALLY OVER THE NORTHEAST PLAINS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE LOW TO MID 50S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 50S
TO LOW 60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR LESS STORM ACTIVITY ON WEDNESDAY IN WESTERN AREAS OF NEW
MEXICO AS DRIER AIR MOVES INTO THE WEST. A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT WILL
MOVE INTO THE NORTHEAST PLAINS BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BRINGING
INCREASED MOISTURE TO EASTERN AREAS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WILL DEVELOP BY AFTERNOON ESPECIALLY EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN
CHAIN. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL BE SLIGHTLY COOLER IN THE NORTHEAST
AND SLIGHTLY WARMER ELSEWHERE.


$$

TRM







000
AWUS85 KABQ 300142
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-301345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
742 PM MDT TUE JUL 29 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED ACROSS MUCH OF THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT THIS AFTERNOON. MODERATE TO HEAVY DOWNPOURS
WERE REPORTED IN MANY LOCATIONS. SEVERAL REPORTS WERE RECEIVED OF
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF OVER AN INCH. ONE THUNDERSTORM IN MORIARTY
PRODUCED A WIND GUST NEAR 55 MPH AND PEA SIZE HAIL AND OVER AN
INCH OF RAIN. AFTERNOON HIGHS TODAY RANGED FROM THE MID 70S TO
LOW 80S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND SOUTHWEST HIGHLANDS TO
THE MID TO UPPER 80S OVER THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS AND LOWER RIO GRAND
RIVER VALLEY. CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY WILL TAPER OFF THIS EVENING AND
TONIGHT WITH JUST A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED
ESPECIALLY OVER THE NORTHEAST PLAINS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE LOW TO MID 50S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 50S
TO LOW 60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR LESS STORM ACTIVITY ON WEDNESDAY IN WESTERN AREAS OF NEW
MEXICO AS DRIER AIR MOVES INTO THE WEST. A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT WILL
MOVE INTO THE NORTHEAST PLAINS BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BRINGING
INCREASED MOISTURE TO EASTERN AREAS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WILL DEVELOP BY AFTERNOON ESPECIALLY EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN
CHAIN. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL BE SLIGHTLY COOLER IN THE NORTHEAST
AND SLIGHTLY WARMER ELSEWHERE.


$$

TRM






000
AWUS85 KABQ 291632
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-300200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1032 AM MDT TUE JUL 29 2014

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY CONTINUED OVERNIGHT ACROSS MUCH OF
THE EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. SOME OF THE STORMS PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL. ONE REPORT FROM CLOVIS REPORTED MINOR STREET FLOODING. A
FLASH FLOOD WARNING WAS ISSUED FOR DE BACA...GUADALUPE...QUAY AND
ROOSEVELT COUNTIES. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID 40S TO
THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 50S TO NEAR 70
DEGREES ELSEWHERE.

EXPECT SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TODAY AND INTO THE EVENING
ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME OF STORMS MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINFALL. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THE
EVENING FOR THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...CENTRAL HIGHLANDS...EASTERN PLAINS
AND SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS. THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FLASH FLOOD THREAT
WILL BE FOR THE BURN SCAR AREAS ACROSS NEW MEXICO. HIGH TEMPERATURES
WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 60S TO THE 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM
THE 80S TO NEAR 90 DEGREES ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 40S TO THE 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR LESS STORM ACTIVITY ON WEDNESDAY ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN
AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT WILL RACE INTO THE
NORTHEAST PLAINS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING BACK MOISTURE
AND STRONG WINDS TO THE REGION. EAST CANYON WINDS WILL DEVELOP AND
PUSH INTO MIDDLE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

$$

RTJ









000
AWUS85 KABQ 291632
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-300200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1032 AM MDT TUE JUL 29 2014

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY CONTINUED OVERNIGHT ACROSS MUCH OF
THE EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. SOME OF THE STORMS PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL. ONE REPORT FROM CLOVIS REPORTED MINOR STREET FLOODING. A
FLASH FLOOD WARNING WAS ISSUED FOR DE BACA...GUADALUPE...QUAY AND
ROOSEVELT COUNTIES. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID 40S TO
THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 50S TO NEAR 70
DEGREES ELSEWHERE.

EXPECT SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TODAY AND INTO THE EVENING
ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME OF STORMS MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINFALL. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THE
EVENING FOR THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...CENTRAL HIGHLANDS...EASTERN PLAINS
AND SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS. THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FLASH FLOOD THREAT
WILL BE FOR THE BURN SCAR AREAS ACROSS NEW MEXICO. HIGH TEMPERATURES
WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 60S TO THE 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM
THE 80S TO NEAR 90 DEGREES ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 40S TO THE 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO THE 60S ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR LESS STORM ACTIVITY ON WEDNESDAY ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN
AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. A BACK DOOR COLD FRONT WILL RACE INTO THE
NORTHEAST PLAINS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...BRINGING BACK MOISTURE
AND STRONG WINDS TO THE REGION. EAST CANYON WINDS WILL DEVELOP AND
PUSH INTO MIDDLE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

$$

RTJ








000
AWUS85 KABQ 290125
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-291330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
725 PM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY CONTINUED TODAY ACROSS MUCH OF
THE STATE. STORM COVERAGE WAS LESS THAN WHAT WE SAW YESTERDAY BUT
SOME CELLS STILL PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL THOUGH NO
FLOODING HAS BEEN REPORTED AS OF THIS WRITING. DAYTIME HIGHS WERE
COOL AGAIN TRENDING 6 TO 10 DEGREES FROM YESTERDAY. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 87 IN FARMINGTON TO 77 IN GALLUP TO 86 IN ALBUQUERQUE
AND 93 AT ROSWELL. MULTIPLE LOCATIONS HAVE REPORTED OVER ONE INCH
OF RAIN FOR THE CALENDAR DAY. SOME OF THESE LOCATIONS INCLUDE
CAPULIN...ALTO AND RUIDOSO. REPORTS OF NEARLY HALF AN INCH HAVE
ALSO BEEN RECORDED IN MCKINLEY COUNTY. ACTIVITY LOOKS TO CONTINUE
ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WITH THE FAVORED
LOCATIONS BEING IN WESTERN...NORTHERN AND NORTHEAST NEW MEXICO.
OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL LOWER SLIGHTLY FROM THIS MORNINGS READINGS
WITH MID TO UPPER 50S ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST...MID TO UPPER 60S
CENTRAL AND MID 60S TO LOW 70S ACROSS THE EAST.

CONTINUED WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE
REST OF THE WEEK. FOR TUESDAY THE FAVORED LOCATIONS WILL BE THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE STATE WHERE
NUMEROUS SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINFALL. ELSEWHERE WILL SEE SCATTERED COVERAGE...ALSO WITH
THE CHANCE FOR LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN. TEMPERATURES WILL TREND UP BUT
WILL REMAIN BELOW SEASONAL NORMAL.

$$

AAM






000
AWUS85 KABQ 290125
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-291330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
725 PM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY CONTINUED TODAY ACROSS MUCH OF
THE STATE. STORM COVERAGE WAS LESS THAN WHAT WE SAW YESTERDAY BUT
SOME CELLS STILL PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL THOUGH NO
FLOODING HAS BEEN REPORTED AS OF THIS WRITING. DAYTIME HIGHS WERE
COOL AGAIN TRENDING 6 TO 10 DEGREES FROM YESTERDAY. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 87 IN FARMINGTON TO 77 IN GALLUP TO 86 IN ALBUQUERQUE
AND 93 AT ROSWELL. MULTIPLE LOCATIONS HAVE REPORTED OVER ONE INCH
OF RAIN FOR THE CALENDAR DAY. SOME OF THESE LOCATIONS INCLUDE
CAPULIN...ALTO AND RUIDOSO. REPORTS OF NEARLY HALF AN INCH HAVE
ALSO BEEN RECORDED IN MCKINLEY COUNTY. ACTIVITY LOOKS TO CONTINUE
ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WITH THE FAVORED
LOCATIONS BEING IN WESTERN...NORTHERN AND NORTHEAST NEW MEXICO.
OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL LOWER SLIGHTLY FROM THIS MORNINGS READINGS
WITH MID TO UPPER 50S ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST...MID TO UPPER 60S
CENTRAL AND MID 60S TO LOW 70S ACROSS THE EAST.

CONTINUED WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE
REST OF THE WEEK. FOR TUESDAY THE FAVORED LOCATIONS WILL BE THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE STATE WHERE
NUMEROUS SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINFALL. ELSEWHERE WILL SEE SCATTERED COVERAGE...ALSO WITH
THE CHANCE FOR LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN. TEMPERATURES WILL TREND UP BUT
WILL REMAIN BELOW SEASONAL NORMAL.

$$

AAM







000
AWUS85 KABQ 281718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-290200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1118 AM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY OVERNIGHT WITH HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE
NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS AND PLAINS. SOME OF THE HIGHEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL
TOTALS INCLUDE 4.91 INCHES AT MOSQUERO...3.99 INCHES AT THE RATON
AIRPORT AND 1.68 INCHES AT CLAYTON. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM
THE UPPER 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO THE MIDDLE 70S ELSEWHERE.

EXPECT ANOTHER ROUND OF SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
LATE TODAY AND OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME
OF THE STORMS MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE
POTENTIAL FOR FLASH FLOODING. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WAS ISSUED
THROUGH LATE TONIGHT FOR MUCH OF WESTERN AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FLASH FLOOD THREAT WILL BE FOR THE BURN
SCAR AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE
MIDDLE 60S TO THE UPPER 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE MID 70S
TO THE MIDDLE 90S ELSEWHERE. TONIGHTS LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR A VERY ACTIVE MONSOON PATTERN TO CONTINUE ACROSS THE REGION
THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. A LITTLE DRIER AIR MAY PUSH ACROSS
THE NORTHWEST ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND WILL LIMIT STORM COVERAGE.

$$

RTJ








000
AWUS85 KABQ 281718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-290200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1118 AM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY OVERNIGHT WITH HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE
NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS AND PLAINS. SOME OF THE HIGHEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL
TOTALS INCLUDE 4.91 INCHES AT MOSQUERO...3.99 INCHES AT THE RATON
AIRPORT AND 1.68 INCHES AT CLAYTON. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM
THE UPPER 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO THE MIDDLE 70S ELSEWHERE.

EXPECT ANOTHER ROUND OF SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
LATE TODAY AND OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. SOME
OF THE STORMS MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH THE
POTENTIAL FOR FLASH FLOODING. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH WAS ISSUED
THROUGH LATE TONIGHT FOR MUCH OF WESTERN AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT FLASH FLOOD THREAT WILL BE FOR THE BURN
SCAR AREAS OF NEW MEXICO. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE
MIDDLE 60S TO THE UPPER 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE MID 70S
TO THE MIDDLE 90S ELSEWHERE. TONIGHTS LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE
FROM THE MID 40S TO THE UPPER 50S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE
50S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.

LOOK FOR A VERY ACTIVE MONSOON PATTERN TO CONTINUE ACROSS THE REGION
THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. A LITTLE DRIER AIR MAY PUSH ACROSS
THE NORTHWEST ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND WILL LIMIT STORM COVERAGE.

$$

RTJ









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