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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
732 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AGAIN DEVELOPED OVER THE
REGION THIS AFTERNOON MOSTLY ALONG AND EAST OF THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAIN CHAIN AND OVER THE SOUTHWEST HIGHLANDS. MODERATE TO
HEAVY RAIN WAS REPORTED FROM SEVERAL LOCATIONS. OVER AN INCH
OF RAINFALL WAS REPORTED FROM BUCK MOUNTAIN NEAR BONITO LAKE.
AFTERNOON HIGHS TODAY GENERALLY RANGED FROM THE UPPER 70S TO MID
80S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND SOUTHWEST HIGHLANDS AND OVER
THE SACRAMENTO MOUNTAINS. LOWER ELEVATIONS SAW HIGHS MAINLY IN THE
90S. MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE EASTERN PLAINS AND IN THE SOUTH AND
ALONG THE LOWER RIO GRAND RIVER VALLEY SAW HIGHS IN THE 100S. THE
HOT SPOT SO FAR THIS AFTERNOON WAS TUCUMCARI WHICH REPORTED A HIGH
TEMPERATURE OF 104 DEGREES.

FOR TONIGHT SKIES WILL BECOME MOSTLY CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY WITH
MOST CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY ENDING DURING THE EVENING HOURS. A FEW
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MAY LINGER INTO THE NIGHTTIME HOURS
ESPECIALLY OVER THE NORTHEAST PLAINS. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE 50S OVER THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS AND SOUTHWEST HIGHLANDS
TO THE 60S TO LOW 70S ELSEWHERE. WITH DAYTIME HEATING WE WILL SEE
ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING OVER THE
REGION TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN CAN AGAIN BE
EXPECTED WITH SOME OF THE THUNDERSTORMS. AFTERNOON HIGHS ON
TUESDAY WILL BE SIMILAR TO TODAY.


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