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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
708 PM MDT FRI OCT 24 2014

TODAY WAS ANOTHER WARM SUNNY DAY ACROSS THE STATE WITH A FEW AREAS
THAT BROKE RECORD HIGHS. AREAS THAT BROKE RECORDS WERE LAS
VEGAS...78 DEGREES...CLAYTON...84 AND TUCUMCARI...89. OTHER AREAS
WERE EITHER NEAR RECORD OR TIED. HIGHS RANGED IN THE MID 70S WEST
AND CENTRAL TO 80S IN THE EAST. LOOK FOR CLEAR AND CALM CONDITIONS
TONIGHT WITH ABOVE NORMAL LOWS.

WARM DAYTIME HIGHS WILL CONTINUE SATURDAY WITH AFTERNOON BREEZES
AS THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE SHIFTS EASTWARD. WE WILL SEE A COOLING
TREND IN HIGHS BY SUNDAY ACROSS THE NORTHWEST ALONG WITH GUSTY
WEST TO SOUTHWEST WINDS AND POSSIBLE SHOWER DEVELOPMENT ACROSS
THE NORTHWEST. TEMPERATURES LOOK TO REBOUND BACK TO NORMAL
READINGS LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.


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