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AWUS85 KABQ 191424
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-200230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
724 AM MST FRI DEC 19 2014

DENSE FOG DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST PLATEAU...NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS AND THE EAST CENTRAL PLAINS EARLY THIS MORNING...WHERE
VISIBILITIES WERE REDUCED TO A QUARTER MILE. FARMINGTON...GALLUP...ANGEL
FIRE...CLOVIS AND TUCUMCARI WERE FOG IMPACT AREAS. AREAS OF DENSE FOG
AND LOW CLOUDS WILL GRADUALLY LIFT AFTER SUNRISE. SKIES WERE
MOSTLY CLEAR IN OTHER AREAS WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGING FROM THE
SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO 20S AND
30S AREA WIDE.

EXPECT QUIET WEATHER TODAY AS WARMING TREND IN TEMPERATURES LEAD
THE WAY INTO THE WEEKEND. DAYTIME HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 30S AND
40S NORTH AND WEST TO 50S IN THE EAST. THE LATTER HALF OF THE
WEEKEND INTO MONDAY WILL SEE GUSTY TO WINDY NORTHWEST WINDS ALONG
WITH POSSIBLE SNOW/RAIN SHOWERS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS.


$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 191424
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-200230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
724 AM MST FRI DEC 19 2014

DENSE FOG DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST PLATEAU...NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS AND THE EAST CENTRAL PLAINS EARLY THIS MORNING...WHERE
VISIBILITIES WERE REDUCED TO A QUARTER MILE. FARMINGTON...GALLUP...ANGEL
FIRE...CLOVIS AND TUCUMCARI WERE FOG IMPACT AREAS. AREAS OF DENSE FOG
AND LOW CLOUDS WILL GRADUALLY LIFT AFTER SUNRISE. SKIES WERE
MOSTLY CLEAR IN OTHER AREAS WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGING FROM THE
SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO 20S AND
30S AREA WIDE.

EXPECT QUIET WEATHER TODAY AS WARMING TREND IN TEMPERATURES LEAD
THE WAY INTO THE WEEKEND. DAYTIME HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 30S AND
40S NORTH AND WEST TO 50S IN THE EAST. THE LATTER HALF OF THE
WEEKEND INTO MONDAY WILL SEE GUSTY TO WINDY NORTHWEST WINDS ALONG
WITH POSSIBLE SNOW/RAIN SHOWERS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS.


$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 190123
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-191330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
623 PM MST THU DEC 18 2014

THE IMPACTS OF THE EXITING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM DIMINISHED
DURING THE LATE MORNING HOURS TODAY...PRODUCING SOME LIGHT
ACCUMULATIONS OF RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE HIGH TERRAIN OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL STORM WAS MAKING ITS
PRESENCE FELT THIS AFTERNOON. AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...AND CURRENTLY ARE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 25 AROUND THE NORTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS.
OTHERWISE...PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE GENERALLY BELOW
NORMAL...RANGING FROM 32 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE AND QUEMADO...TO 56
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY MOVE EAST TONIGHT OVER SOUTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTH EAST NEW MEXICO. SHOWER ACTIVITY SHOULD TAPER
OFF BY THE EARLY MORNING HOURS FRIDAY...AND MAYBE AS EARLY AS
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THE REST OF THE FORECAST AREA WILL SEE AREAS OF
FREEZING FOG DEVELOP BY FRIDAY MORNING...FAVORING VALLEY
LOCATIONS. SOME CITIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY THE FOG INCLUDE
ALBUQUERQUE...SANTA FE...GALLUP...FARMINGTON...AND CLAYTON.
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 190123
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-191330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
623 PM MST THU DEC 18 2014

THE IMPACTS OF THE EXITING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM DIMINISHED
DURING THE LATE MORNING HOURS TODAY...PRODUCING SOME LIGHT
ACCUMULATIONS OF RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE HIGH TERRAIN OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL STORM WAS MAKING ITS
PRESENCE FELT THIS AFTERNOON. AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...AND CURRENTLY ARE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 25 AROUND THE NORTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS.
OTHERWISE...PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE GENERALLY BELOW
NORMAL...RANGING FROM 32 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE AND QUEMADO...TO 56
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY MOVE EAST TONIGHT OVER SOUTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTH EAST NEW MEXICO. SHOWER ACTIVITY SHOULD TAPER
OFF BY THE EARLY MORNING HOURS FRIDAY...AND MAYBE AS EARLY AS
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THE REST OF THE FORECAST AREA WILL SEE AREAS OF
FREEZING FOG DEVELOP BY FRIDAY MORNING...FAVORING VALLEY
LOCATIONS. SOME CITIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY THE FOG INCLUDE
ALBUQUERQUE...SANTA FE...GALLUP...FARMINGTON...AND CLAYTON.
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 190123
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-191330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
623 PM MST THU DEC 18 2014

THE IMPACTS OF THE EXITING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM DIMINISHED
DURING THE LATE MORNING HOURS TODAY...PRODUCING SOME LIGHT
ACCUMULATIONS OF RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE HIGH TERRAIN OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL STORM WAS MAKING ITS
PRESENCE FELT THIS AFTERNOON. AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...AND CURRENTLY ARE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 25 AROUND THE NORTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS.
OTHERWISE...PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE GENERALLY BELOW
NORMAL...RANGING FROM 32 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE AND QUEMADO...TO 56
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY MOVE EAST TONIGHT OVER SOUTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTH EAST NEW MEXICO. SHOWER ACTIVITY SHOULD TAPER
OFF BY THE EARLY MORNING HOURS FRIDAY...AND MAYBE AS EARLY AS
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THE REST OF THE FORECAST AREA WILL SEE AREAS OF
FREEZING FOG DEVELOP BY FRIDAY MORNING...FAVORING VALLEY
LOCATIONS. SOME CITIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY THE FOG INCLUDE
ALBUQUERQUE...SANTA FE...GALLUP...FARMINGTON...AND CLAYTON.
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 190123
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-191330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
623 PM MST THU DEC 18 2014

THE IMPACTS OF THE EXITING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM DIMINISHED
DURING THE LATE MORNING HOURS TODAY...PRODUCING SOME LIGHT
ACCUMULATIONS OF RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE HIGH TERRAIN OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THE NEXT UPPER LEVEL STORM WAS MAKING ITS
PRESENCE FELT THIS AFTERNOON. AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS...AND CURRENTLY ARE EAST
OF INTERSTATE 25 AROUND THE NORTHERN SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS.
OTHERWISE...PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE GENERALLY BELOW
NORMAL...RANGING FROM 32 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE AND QUEMADO...TO 56
DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY MOVE EAST TONIGHT OVER SOUTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTH EAST NEW MEXICO. SHOWER ACTIVITY SHOULD TAPER
OFF BY THE EARLY MORNING HOURS FRIDAY...AND MAYBE AS EARLY AS
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THE REST OF THE FORECAST AREA WILL SEE AREAS OF
FREEZING FOG DEVELOP BY FRIDAY MORNING...FAVORING VALLEY
LOCATIONS. SOME CITIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED BY THE FOG INCLUDE
ALBUQUERQUE...SANTA FE...GALLUP...FARMINGTON...AND CLAYTON.
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER
30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 181428
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-190230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
728 AM MST THU DEC 18 2014

PATCHY FOG DEVELOPED OVERNIGHT ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST
PLATEAU. FREEZING FOG ALSO DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. VISIBILITY IN FOGGY AREAS WERE
REDUCED TO LESS THAN A MILE BUT LOOK TO IMPROVE BY THE LATE
MORNING HOURS. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED IN THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTH
TO UPPER 20S LOW 30S ELSEWHERE. AREAS OF LIGHT FROST OR BLACK ICE
MAY HAVE DEVELOPED ON ROADWAYS AND OVERPASSES SO BE SURE TO DRIVE
WITH EXTREME CAUTION.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON AS ANOTHER PACIFIC STORM
MAKES IT WAY TOWARD THE STATE. WESTERN AREAS WILL SEE HIGHER
ELEVATION SNOW SHOWERS...WITH LOWER LEVEL RAIN IMPACTING THE
CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THE MOUNTAINS COULD SEE AN
INCH OR MORE OF SNOW WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS ELSEWHERE. EXPECT
10 TO 15 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL HIGHS. PRECIPITATION ACTIVITY WILL
CONTINUE TONIGHT FAVORING AREAS SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE 40
CORRIDOR...WITH PATCHY FOG POSSIBLE IN THE FAR EASTERN PLAINS.

TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO NEAR OR ABOVE NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND
FOLLOWING BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.


$$

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000
AWUS85 KABQ 181428
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-190230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
728 AM MST THU DEC 18 2014

PATCHY FOG DEVELOPED OVERNIGHT ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST
PLATEAU. FREEZING FOG ALSO DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL PLAINS. VISIBILITY IN FOGGY AREAS WERE
REDUCED TO LESS THAN A MILE BUT LOOK TO IMPROVE BY THE LATE
MORNING HOURS. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED IN THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTH
TO UPPER 20S LOW 30S ELSEWHERE. AREAS OF LIGHT FROST OR BLACK ICE
MAY HAVE DEVELOPED ON ROADWAYS AND OVERPASSES SO BE SURE TO DRIVE
WITH EXTREME CAUTION.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON AS ANOTHER PACIFIC STORM
MAKES IT WAY TOWARD THE STATE. WESTERN AREAS WILL SEE HIGHER
ELEVATION SNOW SHOWERS...WITH LOWER LEVEL RAIN IMPACTING THE
CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THE MOUNTAINS COULD SEE AN
INCH OR MORE OF SNOW WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS ELSEWHERE. EXPECT
10 TO 15 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL HIGHS. PRECIPITATION ACTIVITY WILL
CONTINUE TONIGHT FAVORING AREAS SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE 40
CORRIDOR...WITH PATCHY FOG POSSIBLE IN THE FAR EASTERN PLAINS.

TEMPERATURES WILL RETURN TO NEAR OR ABOVE NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND
FOLLOWING BREEZY TO WINDY CONDITIONS SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.


$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 180126
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-181330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
626 PM MST WED DEC 17 2014

AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVED EAST OVER NEW MEXICO
TODAY...AFTER DIGGING FARTHER SOUTH THAN INITIALLY ANTICIPATED.
THIS CAUSED THE FOCUS OF THE PRECIPITATION TO SHIFT FROM NORTHWEST
AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO TO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO...BENEFITING THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS...THE SOUTHERN SANGRE DE
CRISTO MOUNTAINS...AND THE SANDIA MOUNTAINS. THROUGH
6PM...2...8...AND 4 INCHES HAD BEEN REPORTED FOR THOSE MOUNTAIN
AREAS RESPECTIVELY. MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS WERE NOT AS
LIKELY...WITH ANY MORNING SNOW QUICKLY MELTING AS THE PRECIP
SWITCHED TO SNOW WITH THE WARMING TEMPERATURES. SOME LOCALLY
HIGHER PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE SEEN...BUT THE ALBUQUERQUE
SUNPORT REPORTED 0.14 INCHES...INCREASING THE TOTAL FOR THE MONTH
OF DECEMBER TO 1.10 INCHES. THAT AMOUNT TIES IT WITH 2007 AS THE
FOURTH WETTEST START TO DECEMBER SINCE 1891. SOME OF THE NOTABLE
HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 30 DEGREES IN TAOS...36 DEGREES IN
GALLUP...46 DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...AND 63 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO TONIGHT...BECOMING MAINLY SNOW AFTER 9PM. SHOWERS WILL
SLOWLY DISSIPATE AFTER MIDNIGHT...AS THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM
REFOCUSES PRECIPITATION OVER SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE AREA
THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE WELL ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM
THE TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S
AND LOWER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 180126
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-181330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
626 PM MST WED DEC 17 2014

AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVED EAST OVER NEW MEXICO
TODAY...AFTER DIGGING FARTHER SOUTH THAN INITIALLY ANTICIPATED.
THIS CAUSED THE FOCUS OF THE PRECIPITATION TO SHIFT FROM NORTHWEST
AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO TO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO...BENEFITING THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS...THE SOUTHERN SANGRE DE
CRISTO MOUNTAINS...AND THE SANDIA MOUNTAINS. THROUGH
6PM...2...8...AND 4 INCHES HAD BEEN REPORTED FOR THOSE MOUNTAIN
AREAS RESPECTIVELY. MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS WERE NOT AS
LIKELY...WITH ANY MORNING SNOW QUICKLY MELTING AS THE PRECIP
SWITCHED TO SNOW WITH THE WARMING TEMPERATURES. SOME LOCALLY
HIGHER PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE SEEN...BUT THE ALBUQUERQUE
SUNPORT REPORTED 0.14 INCHES...INCREASING THE TOTAL FOR THE MONTH
OF DECEMBER TO 1.10 INCHES. THAT AMOUNT TIES IT WITH 2007 AS THE
FOURTH WETTEST START TO DECEMBER SINCE 1891. SOME OF THE NOTABLE
HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 30 DEGREES IN TAOS...36 DEGREES IN
GALLUP...46 DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...AND 63 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO TONIGHT...BECOMING MAINLY SNOW AFTER 9PM. SHOWERS WILL
SLOWLY DISSIPATE AFTER MIDNIGHT...AS THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM
REFOCUSES PRECIPITATION OVER SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE AREA
THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE WELL ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM
THE TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S
AND LOWER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 180126
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-181330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
626 PM MST WED DEC 17 2014

AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVED EAST OVER NEW MEXICO
TODAY...AFTER DIGGING FARTHER SOUTH THAN INITIALLY ANTICIPATED.
THIS CAUSED THE FOCUS OF THE PRECIPITATION TO SHIFT FROM NORTHWEST
AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO TO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO...BENEFITING THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS...THE SOUTHERN SANGRE DE
CRISTO MOUNTAINS...AND THE SANDIA MOUNTAINS. THROUGH
6PM...2...8...AND 4 INCHES HAD BEEN REPORTED FOR THOSE MOUNTAIN
AREAS RESPECTIVELY. MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS WERE NOT AS
LIKELY...WITH ANY MORNING SNOW QUICKLY MELTING AS THE PRECIP
SWITCHED TO SNOW WITH THE WARMING TEMPERATURES. SOME LOCALLY
HIGHER PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE SEEN...BUT THE ALBUQUERQUE
SUNPORT REPORTED 0.14 INCHES...INCREASING THE TOTAL FOR THE MONTH
OF DECEMBER TO 1.10 INCHES. THAT AMOUNT TIES IT WITH 2007 AS THE
FOURTH WETTEST START TO DECEMBER SINCE 1891. SOME OF THE NOTABLE
HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 30 DEGREES IN TAOS...36 DEGREES IN
GALLUP...46 DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...AND 63 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO TONIGHT...BECOMING MAINLY SNOW AFTER 9PM. SHOWERS WILL
SLOWLY DISSIPATE AFTER MIDNIGHT...AS THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM
REFOCUSES PRECIPITATION OVER SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE AREA
THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE WELL ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM
THE TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S
AND LOWER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 180126
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-181330-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
626 PM MST WED DEC 17 2014

AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVED EAST OVER NEW MEXICO
TODAY...AFTER DIGGING FARTHER SOUTH THAN INITIALLY ANTICIPATED.
THIS CAUSED THE FOCUS OF THE PRECIPITATION TO SHIFT FROM NORTHWEST
AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO TO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO...BENEFITING THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS...THE SOUTHERN SANGRE DE
CRISTO MOUNTAINS...AND THE SANDIA MOUNTAINS. THROUGH
6PM...2...8...AND 4 INCHES HAD BEEN REPORTED FOR THOSE MOUNTAIN
AREAS RESPECTIVELY. MOST VALLEY LOCATIONS WERE NOT AS
LIKELY...WITH ANY MORNING SNOW QUICKLY MELTING AS THE PRECIP
SWITCHED TO SNOW WITH THE WARMING TEMPERATURES. SOME LOCALLY
HIGHER PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE SEEN...BUT THE ALBUQUERQUE
SUNPORT REPORTED 0.14 INCHES...INCREASING THE TOTAL FOR THE MONTH
OF DECEMBER TO 1.10 INCHES. THAT AMOUNT TIES IT WITH 2007 AS THE
FOURTH WETTEST START TO DECEMBER SINCE 1891. SOME OF THE NOTABLE
HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 30 DEGREES IN TAOS...36 DEGREES IN
GALLUP...46 DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...AND 63 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO TONIGHT...BECOMING MAINLY SNOW AFTER 9PM. SHOWERS WILL
SLOWLY DISSIPATE AFTER MIDNIGHT...AS THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM
REFOCUSES PRECIPITATION OVER SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE AREA
THURSDAY. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE WELL ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM
THE TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...TO THE UPPER 20S
AND LOWER 30S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 171522
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-180300-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
822 AM MST WED DEC 17 2014

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH MOISTURE ON THE INCREASE
ACROSS NEW MEXICO...SCATTERED RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW DEVELOPED
OVER THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL AREAS OF THE STATE. LOW TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM THE TEENS TO THE 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS AND FROM THE 20S
TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE. PRELIMINARY EXTREME LOW TEMPERATURES SO FAR
RANGED FROM 18 DEGREES IN EAGLE NEST TO 33 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE.

LOOK FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS TO CONTINUE TODAY THROUGH THURSDAY
AS SEVERAL UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES ZIP ACROSS NEW MEXICO...EXPECT
WIDESPREAD VALLEY RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW...ESPECIALLY FAVORING
THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. 1 TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW AMOUNTS
WILL BE POSSIBLE ABOVE 6000 FEET...WITH 3 TO 5 INCHES ACROSS THE
HIGHER ELEVATIONS. THE LAST SYSTEM WILL EXITS NEW MEXICO THURSDAY
NIGHT....BUT TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN ON THE CHILLY SIDE ACROSS
THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE
30S TO THE 40S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE UPPER 40S TO THE
50S ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS
AND 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 20S AND TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE.

QUIET WEATHER IS IN STORE FOR FRIDAY ACROSS NEW MEXICO...BUT TEMPERATURES
WILL REMAIN BELOW NORMAL IN MOST AREAS OF THE STATE.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 171522
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-180300-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
822 AM MST WED DEC 17 2014

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH MOISTURE ON THE INCREASE
ACROSS NEW MEXICO...SCATTERED RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW DEVELOPED
OVER THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL AREAS OF THE STATE. LOW TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM THE TEENS TO THE 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS AND FROM THE 20S
TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE. PRELIMINARY EXTREME LOW TEMPERATURES SO FAR
RANGED FROM 18 DEGREES IN EAGLE NEST TO 33 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE.

LOOK FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS TO CONTINUE TODAY THROUGH THURSDAY
AS SEVERAL UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCES ZIP ACROSS NEW MEXICO...EXPECT
WIDESPREAD VALLEY RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW...ESPECIALLY FAVORING
THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. 1 TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW AMOUNTS
WILL BE POSSIBLE ABOVE 6000 FEET...WITH 3 TO 5 INCHES ACROSS THE
HIGHER ELEVATIONS. THE LAST SYSTEM WILL EXITS NEW MEXICO THURSDAY
NIGHT....BUT TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN ON THE CHILLY SIDE ACROSS
THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE
30S TO THE 40S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE UPPER 40S TO THE
50S ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS
AND 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS...AND FROM THE 20S AND TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE.

QUIET WEATHER IS IN STORE FOR FRIDAY ACROSS NEW MEXICO...BUT TEMPERATURES
WILL REMAIN BELOW NORMAL IN MOST AREAS OF THE STATE.

$$

RTJ







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AWUS85 KABQ 170133
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-171345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
633 PM MST TUE DEC 16 2014

AN INCOMING STORM SYSTEM STILL PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE WEATHER
TODAY...BRINGING THICK MID AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUD DECKS OVER THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. THIS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED AFTERNOON HEATING
ACROSS THE AREA...LEAVING HIGH TEMPERATURES UP TO 10 DEGREES BELOW
NORMAL. THIS MADE FOR CHILLY CONDITIONS...ESPECIALLY ACROSS
NORTHEAST NEW MEXICO...WHERE GUSTY AFTERNOON WINDS MADE IT FEEL
COLDER. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 37
DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...44 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE...50 DEGREES IN
QUEMADO...AND 52 DEGREES IN CLOVIS.

A FEW BREAKS IN THE CLOUD DECK WILL BE POSSIBLE TONIGHT...BUT
GENERALLY SHORT LIVED AS THE MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST CONDITIONS
PERSIST. RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW SHOWERS WILL WORK INTO WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO BY WEDNESDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL
ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE HEAVIEST OVER THE WESTERN HIGH TERRAIN AND
WEST SLOPES OF THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES
WILL REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM THE UPPER TEENS AND 20S
ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAIN TO THE LOWER 30S ACROSS THE MIDDLE
RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND EASTERN PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 170133
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-171345-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
633 PM MST TUE DEC 16 2014

AN INCOMING STORM SYSTEM STILL PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE WEATHER
TODAY...BRINGING THICK MID AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUD DECKS OVER THE
LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. THIS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED AFTERNOON HEATING
ACROSS THE AREA...LEAVING HIGH TEMPERATURES UP TO 10 DEGREES BELOW
NORMAL. THIS MADE FOR CHILLY CONDITIONS...ESPECIALLY ACROSS
NORTHEAST NEW MEXICO...WHERE GUSTY AFTERNOON WINDS MADE IT FEEL
COLDER. SOME OF THE NOTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INCLUDE 37
DEGREES IN LAS VEGAS...44 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE...50 DEGREES IN
QUEMADO...AND 52 DEGREES IN CLOVIS.

A FEW BREAKS IN THE CLOUD DECK WILL BE POSSIBLE TONIGHT...BUT
GENERALLY SHORT LIVED AS THE MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST CONDITIONS
PERSIST. RAIN AND HIGH TERRAIN SNOW SHOWERS WILL WORK INTO WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO BY WEDNESDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL
ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE HEAVIEST OVER THE WESTERN HIGH TERRAIN AND
WEST SLOPES OF THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES
WILL REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL...RANGING FROM THE UPPER TEENS AND 20S
ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAIN TO THE LOWER 30S ACROSS THE MIDDLE
RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND EASTERN PLAINS.

$$

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AWUS85 KABQ 161451
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-170200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
751 AM MST TUE DEC 16 2014

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH HIGH CLOUDS AND GENERALLY
LIGHT WINDS ACROSS NEW MEXICO. CHILLY LOW TEMPERATURES AGAIN OVER
THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS WHERE SOME RANGED FROM MINUS 4 DEGREES TO
NEAR 30 DEGREES...AND FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S OTHER AREAS OF THE
STATE. PRELIMINARY EXTREME LOW TEMPERATURES SO FAR RANGED FROM
MINUS 4 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 31 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE.

TRANQUIL WEATHER IS IN STORE FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT ACROSS THE
REGION...AS THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE MOVES EASTWARD. DAYTIME TEMPERATURES
WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER THAN YESTERDAY...WITH ABUNDANT OF MID AND
HIGH LEVEL CIRRUS CLOUDS ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH
TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 40S TO NEAR 50 DEGREES IN
THE NORTH...AND FROM THE 40S TO THE 50S ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES
TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS AND 20S IN THE NORTH...AND FROM
THE 20S TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE.

ON WEDNESDAY...A WEAK DISTURBANCE WILL RACE ACROSS NEW MEXICO
BRINGING A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS...ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN AREAS
OF THE STATE. SNOW LEVELS WILL BE LOW WITH THIS SYSTEM...BUT NOT
EXPECTING ANY SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS WITH THIS DISTURBANCE.
ANOTHER STRONGER DISTURBANCE WILL PUSH INTO NEW MEXICO WEDNESDAY
NIGHT AND THURSDAY INCREASING SHOWER ACTIVITY ACROSS THE WEST
AND THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. THIS SYSTEM WILL HELP INCREASE
SNOW AMOUNTS ACROSS THE REGION.

$$

RTJ






000
AWUS85 KABQ 161451
RWSNM
NMZ501>540-170200-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
751 AM MST TUE DEC 16 2014

OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH HIGH CLOUDS AND GENERALLY
LIGHT WINDS ACROSS NEW MEXICO. CHILLY LOW TEMPERATURES AGAIN OVER
THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS WHERE SOME RANGED FROM MINUS 4 DEGREES TO
NEAR 30 DEGREES...AND FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S OTHER AREAS OF THE
STATE. PRELIMINARY EXTREME LOW TEMPERATURES SO FAR RANGED FROM
MINUS 4 DEGREES IN ANGEL FIRE TO 31 DEGREES IN ALBUQUERQUE.

TRANQUIL WEATHER IS IN STORE FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT ACROSS THE
REGION...AS THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE MOVES EASTWARD. DAYTIME TEMPERATURES
WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER THAN YESTERDAY...WITH ABUNDANT OF MID AND
HIGH LEVEL CIRRUS CLOUDS ACROSS THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT. HIGH
TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 40S TO NEAR 50 DEGREES IN
THE NORTH...AND FROM THE 40S TO THE 50S ELSEWHERE. LOW TEMPERATURES
TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS AND 20S IN THE NORTH...AND FROM
THE 20S TO THE 30S ELSEWHERE.

ON WEDNESDAY...A WEAK DISTURBANCE WILL RACE ACROSS NEW MEXICO
BRINGING A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS...ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN AREAS
OF THE STATE. SNOW LEVELS WILL BE LOW WITH THIS SYSTEM...BUT NOT
EXPECTING ANY SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS WITH THIS DISTURBANCE.
ANOTHER STRONGER DISTURBANCE WILL PUSH INTO NEW MEXICO WEDNESDAY
NIGHT AND THURSDAY INCREASING SHOWER ACTIVITY ACROSS THE WEST
AND THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. THIS SYSTEM WILL HELP INCREASE
SNOW AMOUNTS ACROSS THE REGION.

$$

RTJ







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