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AWUS85 KABQ 191424
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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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