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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 28, 2017 at 10:39:02 am MDT

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A cold front that moved through eastern NM last night will usher in cooler temperatures today. A few dry and gusty showers and storms are possible near the higher terrain by late day. This activity will attempt to move into the Rio Grande Valley this evening.
A low pressure system developing west of NM this week will draw abundant moisture northward across the state. The coverage of showers and storms will increase each day. The most widespread coverage is expected Tuesday through Thursday.
Temperatures will trend back up late in the week after a cooler period thanks to showers and thunderstorms.
Yesterday's Highs and Low Temperatures and Precipitation.
Another free SKYWARN training session will occur in Abiquiu at 530pm on Wednesday, May 31st. Learn all about severe weather in New Mexico! It's free and we would love to see you there!
When thunder roars, go indoors!

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