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AWUS85 KABQ 070040
RWSNM

RWSNM
NMZ501>540-071245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
636 PM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED THIS
AFTERNOON ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEW MEXICO. STRONG TO
SEVERE STORMS DEVELOPED EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN AS THE
BACK DOOR COLD FRONT PUSHED WEST AND SOUTH. SEVERE STORMS RATTLED THE
EAST CENTRAL PLAINS AS SEVERAL OUTFLOW BOUNDARIES COLLIDED...FIRING
OFF NUMEROUS STORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN AND FREQUENT LIGHTNING. SO
FAR...THERE WAS A STORM DAMAGE REPORT OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS THAT
KNOCKED OVER A GRAIN ELEVATOR FOLLOWING MULTIPLE REPORTS OF DOWNED
TREES AND BRANCHES NEAR CLOVIS. WITH CONTINUATION OF STORMS AS
THE BACK DOOR FRONT TRAVELS WEST AND SOUTH...THE FLASH FLOOD
WATCH WILL REMAIN IN AFFECT FOR MAJORITY OF THE STATE...EXCEPT FOR THE
EXTREME NORTHWEST...THROUGH THIS EVENING.

A COOLER AIR MASS WILL HAVE DAYTIME HIGHS STRUGGLING TO PEAK ABOVE
THE 70S WHICH WILL LIMIT STORM ACTIVITY. LOOK FOR AN UPTICK IN
TEMPS AND STORM DEVELOPMENT BY MIDWEEK.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 070040
RWSNM

RWSNM
NMZ501>540-071245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
636 PM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED THIS
AFTERNOON ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEW MEXICO. STRONG TO
SEVERE STORMS DEVELOPED EAST OF THE CENTRAL MOUNTAIN CHAIN AS THE
BACK DOOR COLD FRONT PUSHED WEST AND SOUTH. SEVERE STORMS RATTLED THE
EAST CENTRAL PLAINS AS SEVERAL OUTFLOW BOUNDARIES COLLIDED...FIRING
OFF NUMEROUS STORMS WITH HEAVY RAIN AND FREQUENT LIGHTNING. SO
FAR...THERE WAS A STORM DAMAGE REPORT OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS THAT
KNOCKED OVER A GRAIN ELEVATOR FOLLOWING MULTIPLE REPORTS OF DOWNED
TREES AND BRANCHES NEAR CLOVIS. WITH CONTINUATION OF STORMS AS
THE BACK DOOR FRONT TRAVELS WEST AND SOUTH...THE FLASH FLOOD
WATCH WILL REMAIN IN AFFECT FOR MAJORITY OF THE STATE...EXCEPT FOR THE
EXTREME NORTHWEST...THROUGH THIS EVENING.

A COOLER AIR MASS WILL HAVE DAYTIME HIGHS STRUGGLING TO PEAK ABOVE
THE 70S WHICH WILL LIMIT STORM ACTIVITY. LOOK FOR AN UPTICK IN
TEMPS AND STORM DEVELOPMENT BY MIDWEEK.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 061718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-070430-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1021 AM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

CONVECTION SLOWLY ENDED DURING THE MORNING HOURS ACROSS THE
STATE...BUT NOT AFTER DUMPING HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE AREA. THE
HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTALS REPORTED INCLUDE 2.15 INCHES EAST OF
BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT...1.69 INCHES IN FAR WESTERN CIBOLA
COUNTY...AND 1.41 INCHES NEAR DATIL. A BACKDOOR COLD FRONT ENTERED
THE FAR NORTHEAST PLAINS THIS MORNING WITH GUSTY WINDS AND
SIGNIFICANT CLOUD COVER. A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE IN THE AREA
AS WELL...BUT NOTHING OF SIGNIFICANCE YET. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 68 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THE FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS SOUTH AND WEST
TODAY...EVENTUALLY PUSHING THROUGH THE GAPS OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS WITH GUSTY WINDS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
INCREASE IN COVERAGE TODAY THANKS TO THE FRONT...WITH THE BEST
CHANCES FOR POTENTIALLY HEAVY RAIN ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS. FLASH FLOODING CAN OCCUR WITH ANY HEAVY RAIN STORM...SO
BE PREPARED AND AVOID LOW LYING AREAS. DAYTIME HIGHS TODAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 60S AND 70S ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HIGH TERRAIN TO
THE LOWER 90S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 061718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-070430-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1021 AM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

CONVECTION SLOWLY ENDED DURING THE MORNING HOURS ACROSS THE
STATE...BUT NOT AFTER DUMPING HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE AREA. THE
HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTALS REPORTED INCLUDE 2.15 INCHES EAST OF
BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT...1.69 INCHES IN FAR WESTERN CIBOLA
COUNTY...AND 1.41 INCHES NEAR DATIL. A BACKDOOR COLD FRONT ENTERED
THE FAR NORTHEAST PLAINS THIS MORNING WITH GUSTY WINDS AND
SIGNIFICANT CLOUD COVER. A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE IN THE AREA
AS WELL...BUT NOTHING OF SIGNIFICANCE YET. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 68 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THE FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS SOUTH AND WEST
TODAY...EVENTUALLY PUSHING THROUGH THE GAPS OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS WITH GUSTY WINDS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
INCREASE IN COVERAGE TODAY THANKS TO THE FRONT...WITH THE BEST
CHANCES FOR POTENTIALLY HEAVY RAIN ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS. FLASH FLOODING CAN OCCUR WITH ANY HEAVY RAIN STORM...SO
BE PREPARED AND AVOID LOW LYING AREAS. DAYTIME HIGHS TODAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 60S AND 70S ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HIGH TERRAIN TO
THE LOWER 90S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 061718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-070430-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1021 AM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

CONVECTION SLOWLY ENDED DURING THE MORNING HOURS ACROSS THE
STATE...BUT NOT AFTER DUMPING HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE AREA. THE
HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTALS REPORTED INCLUDE 2.15 INCHES EAST OF
BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT...1.69 INCHES IN FAR WESTERN CIBOLA
COUNTY...AND 1.41 INCHES NEAR DATIL. A BACKDOOR COLD FRONT ENTERED
THE FAR NORTHEAST PLAINS THIS MORNING WITH GUSTY WINDS AND
SIGNIFICANT CLOUD COVER. A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE IN THE AREA
AS WELL...BUT NOTHING OF SIGNIFICANCE YET. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 68 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THE FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS SOUTH AND WEST
TODAY...EVENTUALLY PUSHING THROUGH THE GAPS OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS WITH GUSTY WINDS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
INCREASE IN COVERAGE TODAY THANKS TO THE FRONT...WITH THE BEST
CHANCES FOR POTENTIALLY HEAVY RAIN ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS. FLASH FLOODING CAN OCCUR WITH ANY HEAVY RAIN STORM...SO
BE PREPARED AND AVOID LOW LYING AREAS. DAYTIME HIGHS TODAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 60S AND 70S ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HIGH TERRAIN TO
THE LOWER 90S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 061718
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-070430-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
1021 AM MDT MON JUL 6 2015

CONVECTION SLOWLY ENDED DURING THE MORNING HOURS ACROSS THE
STATE...BUT NOT AFTER DUMPING HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE AREA. THE
HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTALS REPORTED INCLUDE 2.15 INCHES EAST OF
BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT...1.69 INCHES IN FAR WESTERN CIBOLA
COUNTY...AND 1.41 INCHES NEAR DATIL. A BACKDOOR COLD FRONT ENTERED
THE FAR NORTHEAST PLAINS THIS MORNING WITH GUSTY WINDS AND
SIGNIFICANT CLOUD COVER. A FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE IN THE AREA
AS WELL...BUT NOTHING OF SIGNIFICANCE YET. OVERNIGHT LOW
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 52 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 68 DEGREES IN
ROSWELL.

THE FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS SOUTH AND WEST
TODAY...EVENTUALLY PUSHING THROUGH THE GAPS OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS WITH GUSTY WINDS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
INCREASE IN COVERAGE TODAY THANKS TO THE FRONT...WITH THE BEST
CHANCES FOR POTENTIALLY HEAVY RAIN ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS. FLASH FLOODING CAN OCCUR WITH ANY HEAVY RAIN STORM...SO
BE PREPARED AND AVOID LOW LYING AREAS. DAYTIME HIGHS TODAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 60S AND 70S ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HIGH TERRAIN TO
THE LOWER 90S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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