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Last Map Update: Mon, Feb. 27, 2017 at 2:58:03 am MST

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Rain and snow showers will spread east across central and western NM this afternoon. Gusty winds are likely with this activity. High temperatures will be chilly with widespread cloud cover.
The next storm system will approach NM from the west/northwest Monday and generate widespread windy conditions.
The next storm system will move through New Mexico Monday and Tuesday with another round of windy weather. The strongest winds are expected over eastern New Mexico on Tuesday where gusts up to 65 mph are possible. Meanwhile, rain and snow will slide into central and western NM Monday night and Tuesday.
An upper level disturbance will approach New Mexico Monday night and push across Tuesday, producing mountain/highland snow and valley rain. Significant snow accumulation is likely across the higher terrain of the western and northern mountains, which will continue into Tuesday night. Very little measurable precipitation is forecast across eastern portions of the area.

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