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Last Map Update: Sat, Sep. 22, 2018 at 1:39:03 pm MDT

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Morning patchy fog along and immediately east of the central mountains will give way to mostly sunny skies across northern and central New Mexico. Use caution if you are driving through foggy conditions! High temperatures on this first official day of fall will be near seasonal averages.
Sunny, dry and warmer Sunday. Highs a few degrees above average.
Colder temperatures are expected behind a backdoor front for the middle portion of next week, especially across the eastern half of the state. Some locations will likely experience a 10- to 15-degree temperature change from Monday to Wednesday.
Table indicates the probability for thunderstorms. This product is for planning purposes only. Refer to the latest bulletins from the NWS concerning immediate threats for flash flooding.
Daily dew-point is one of many parameters used to monitor moisture surges related to the North American Monsoon.

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