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NMZ501>540-071230-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL NM
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
621 PM MDT WED MAY 6 2015

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED NORTHEAST
ACROSS WESTERN AND NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE TODAY.
OVERALL...THE NUMBER OF STORMS WAS DOWN AS WELL AS BEING WEAKER
WHEN COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS TWO DAYS. A FEW OF THE STRONGER
STORMS COULD STILL PACK A PUNCH...AS SEEN BY A QUICK HITTING STORM
THAT DROPPED 0.16 INCHES OF RAIN AND 44 MPH WINDS AT THE
ALBUQUERQUE INTERNATIONAL SUNPORT. SLIGHTLY LESS CLOUD COVER
DURING THE DAY ALLOWED FOR SOME WARMER TEMPERATURES...THOUGH HIGHS
GENERALLY RANGED A FEW DEGREES ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL. SOME OF THE
NOTABLE HIGHS TODAY INCLUDE 63 DEGREES IN TAOS...66 DEGREES IN
GALLUP...77 DEGREES IN CLAYTON...AND 83 DEGREES IN ROSWELL.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL TAPER OFF AFTER SUNSET THIS
EVENING...WITH ONLY A FEW LIGHT SHOWERS PERSISTING OVER THE
NORTHERN MOUNTAINS. EXPECT A FEW MORE BREAKS IN CLOUD COVER BY
THURSDAY MORNING...OTHERWISE SKY COVER WILL BE SIMILAR TO WHAT WAS
SEEN LAST NIGHT. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE
UPPER 20S AND 30S ACROSS THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE UPPER 40S
AND LOWER 50S ACROSS THE EASTERN PLAINS.

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