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AWUS85 KABQ 261229

Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
629 AM MDT THU MAY 26 2016

Overnight Skies were partly cloudy across northern New Mexico,
elsewhere across the region Skies were mostly clear. Early this
morning low temperatures so far were generally in the 30s to
the 40s in the mountains and west central areas of the state,
and 40s to the 50s elsewhere. extremes ranged from 23 degrees
at Angel Fire to 58 degrees at the Roswell airport.

A pacific storm system will impact New Mexico later today and
tonight, bringing more windy conditions mainly east of the
central mountain chain. Showers and storms today will favor
the northern mountains and northeast plains of the state. High
temperatures will cool-down today and Friday with a continuing
chance for showers and storms favoring northern New Mexico.

Expect a warm-up for the weekend across the land of enchantment,
with significant dryline thunderstorms possible Sunday favoring
the eastern plains.



AWUS85 KABQ 251207

Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
607 AM MDT WED MAY 25 2016

Another tranquil night fell upon the land of enchantment with
diminishing breezes, mostly clear skies and seasonable lows.

Mostly sunny skies will persist today along with breezy to windy
southwest winds, especially east of the Central Mountain Chain
where fire weather concerns will persist as well because of drier
conditions. Highs will be near to above normal central and east
with mid 70s north central and west to upper 70s mid 80s central
and east. The Southeast Plains could experience highs in the 90s
as well. Once again, winds will taper down after sunset allowing
for significant cooling of lows.

Dry and windy conditions will continue Thursday as critical fire
weather concerns hover over the Eastern Plains. As the Pacific low
approaches from the west, cooler temps with shower chances will
favor northern areas into Friday. Temps will rebound to normal
readings over the weekend with storm chances focusing on the east
through early next week.



AWUS85 KABQ 241241

Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
641 AM MDT TUE MAY 24 2016

The overnight period was quiet and tranquil with seasonable lows
in the 30s and 40s north central and west to mid 40s and 50s
central and east. Skies were clear with light breezes areawide.

Today will be similar to yesterday with above normal highs
central and east accompanied by plenty of sunshine and moderate
southwest winds. With relative humidity values less than 10
percent, anticipate fire weather concerns for eastern areas this
afternoon during peak heating hours. Otherwise breezes will taper
down after sunset with another mostly clear night.

Wednesday will be similar to Tuesday except for greater fire
danger across the east and dry thunderstorm chances across the
northwest. The drier, windy pattern will continue the rest of the
week with shower potential across the northern tier the latter
half of the week as the Pacific low crosses Northern New Mexico
into Central Colorado.



AWUS85 KABQ 240052

Weather Summary for Northern and Central NM
National Weather Service Albuquerque NM
652 PM MDT MON MAY 23 2016

Plenty of sunshine today across New Mexico, except cumulus
clouds developed during the afternoon over parts of central
and northern areas of the state. Otherwise once again another
breezy to windy day across New Mexico, look for winds to diminish
somewhat after sunset in most areas across the region. afternoon
high temperatures today were generally in the 60s to the 70s in
the mountains, and from the 70s to 90s elsewhere. extremes ranged
from 65 degrees at Chama to 96 degrees at the Roswell airport.

Quiet night in store for the Land of Enchantment tonight, with
continuing breezes over the high mountain tops. low temperatures
tonight will range from the 30s to 40s in the mountains and west
central New Mexico, and from the 40s to near 60 degrees elsewhere.

Dry and Breezy to windy conditions are forecast each day along
and east of the central mountain chain through thursday.
a weakening upper level low pressure system will impact the
northern tier of New Mexico, during the latter half of the work-
week bringing a slight chance of showers and storms mainly
over the northern areas of New Mexico. Most storms will produce
little or no rain. High temperatures will gradually drop below
normal areawide.



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