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Last Map Update: Fri, Jul. 21, 2017 at 8:52:03 am MDT

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Thunderstorms will increase in coverage across western and central New Mexico today with locally heavy rainfall possible. Temperatures will remain warm to hot in the eastern plains of the state.
A weak upper low moving south from Colorado will increase thunderstorm coverage and intensity across much of central and northern New Mexico Saturday, continuing into Sunday. The risk for flash flooding will increase as a result.
An active weather pattern with scattered to numerous thunderstorms is expected this weekend. The highest probability for precipitation will stretch from the southwestern mountains of New Mexico to the northern mountains and northeastern plains.
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 precipitation across northern and central New Mexico.

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