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Last Map Update: Mon, Dec. 11, 2017 at 6:23:02 am MST

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High pressure extending from the Great Basin to New Mexico will keep a dry and mild air mass across northern and central New Mexico today. There will be scattered high clouds across south central New Mexico and a few high clouds to the north.
Yesterday's high and low temperatures and precipitation across central and northern New Mexico.
As of Dec. 10th, the current dry spell at Albuquerque reached 66 consecutive days. This ties the 18th longest streak since records began in 1891. There is near zero chance for precipitation at Albuquerque through next week.
Persistence rules the three day outlook with above normal temperatures and some high clouds across the southern half of the state.

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