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NMZ501>540-201315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
701 PM MDT FRI SEP 19 2014

RAINFALL CONTINUED TODAY ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
NEW MEXICO. SOME LOCATIONS IN THE EASTERN PLAINS RECORDED
ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS OVER ONE INCH. ACTIVITY HAS BEGUN TO WANE AS WE
HEAD INTO THE EVENING HOURS. DAYTIME HIGHS TRENDED AT OR ABOVE
YESTERDAYS READINGS ACROSS THE SOUTH AND WEST...AND 5 TO 8 DEGREES
BELOW YESTERDAYS READINGS ACROSS THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST. READINGS
RANGED FROM 86 IN GALLUP TO 75 IN QUEMADO...81 IN RATON TO 74 IN
ROSWELL. SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WILL CONTINUE TO
DECREASE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. LOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE VERY
SIMILAR TO THIS MORNINGS WITH EXPECTED READINGS IN THE UPPER 40S
TO LOW 50S ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST...UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S
CENTRAL...AND LOW TO MID 60S ACROSS THE EAST.

SATURDAY WILL BE A DRIER DAY WITH MINIMAL ACTIVITY EXPECTED. THE
BEST CHANCE FOR SHOWERS ARE ACROSS THE EASTERN BORDER WITH ONLY
ISOLATED CHANCES ELSEWHERE. TEMPERATURES WILL TREND UP ALL AREAS
RETURNING TO ABOVE NORMAL READINGS ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST AND
JUST BELOW NORMAL ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST. MONSOON MOISTURE IS
EXPECTED TO MAKE A BRIEF RETURN WITH PRECIPITATION CHANCES
INCREASING ALL AREAS SUNDAY BEFORE SHIFTING TO CENTRAL AND THEN
EASTERN LOCATIONS LATER IN THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL DIP ON
SUNDAY AND GRADUALLY REBOUND INTO THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK.

$$

AAM






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