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Last Map Update: Thu, Mar. 23, 2017 at 4:06:05 pm MDT

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A strong Pacific cold front will emerge east of the central mountain chain and into the eastern high plains late this afternoon. Be alert to the potential for very strong, localized downburst winds with any passing shower or thunderstorm.
Fire danger will ramp up today due to a classic break down of the upper level ridge-cold frontal passage weather pattern. The highest fire danger will be found across the eastern plains.
Snow amounts focused on the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains and maybe into the far northeast.
Winds will shift direction on Friday, but will remain strong to severe, especially in eastern New Mexico.
Almanac Thursday March 23, 2017
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