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Last Map Update: Fri, Aug. 18, 2017 at 8:25:05 am MDT

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Today will be the hottest of the next seven for many northern & central New Mexico locales, with above normal high temperatures forecast. Isolated storms are anticipated by afternoon across eastern and south central portions of the state.
Monsoon moisture will increase over the weekend and into early next week, resulting in a significant increase in slow-moving thunderstorm coverage. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible late Saturday into Sunday. Temperatures will trend down during this period thanks to increasing cloud cover and rain- cooling.
Mostly cloudy skies with good chances for showers and storms are forecast Monday, which will provide less than ideal eclipse viewing.
Dew point temperature is one of many parameters used to monitor moisture surges of the North American Monsoon across the Southwestern U.S.
Yesterday's high and low temperatures and 24 hour precipitation for northern and central New Mexico.

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