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Last Map Update: Wed, Apr. 26, 2017 at 1:35:02 pm MDT

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Cooler and drier with less wind today. Lingering morning showers northeast and east central. High temperatures will vary from 5 to 15 degrees below average.
Strong to potentially damaging winds will return on Thursday. The strongest winds are expected across the Sandia, Manzano, and south central Mountains as well as around Clines Corners.
Critical fire weather conditions are possible for many areas south of I-40 on Thursday afternoon due to strong winds and low humidity.
Winter returns late this week. A storm system will cross northern NM on Saturday which will bring much colder temperatures and the potential for significant snow across north central and northeast NM.
Join us for a SKYWARN Spotter Talk in Des Moines, NM on May 3rd at 6 pm! We will be talking about New Mexico storms and severe weather! Everyone is welcome and it is free! Who doesn't love free?!
We are also haveing a SKYWARN Spotter Talk in Clayton! Come one, come all! It's Freeeeeeee!!!
Almanac for April 25/26th, 2017

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