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Updated: 12:10pm on 7/30/15

(location)

Currently:
72.5°

Clear
Mostly Cloudy

High: 73.1° 
(12:04pm) 
Low: 62.2° 
(6:24am)
Wind: 4 mph from the ENE
Gust: 6 mph
Today's High Wind: 40 mph (12:18am)
Humidity: 58%
Pressure: 30.46 in  (Steady) 
Pressure Rate: -0.007 in/hr
Dew Point: 56.9°
Wind Chill: 72.5°
Heat Index (feels like): 74.1°
Comfort Level: Comfortable
Temperature Rate:  2.91°/hr
 
5 Day Forecast
 
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
T-storms Chance T-storms Chance T-storms Chance T-storms Chance T-storms
82° 82° 85° 87° 88°
66° 66° 64° 64° 64°

Records and Normals
 
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 82° 89° 102°
(1951)
Low 66° 66° 53°
(1907)
 
Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 11:29 am MDT on July 30, 2015
Warning Description: Flash Flood Watch
Full Advisory Text...
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Almanac
 
Sunrise:  
6:15am
Moonrise: 
7:32pm

Moon Phase:
97%

Sunset: 
8:12pm
Moonset:  
5:24am
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Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.01 in
Monthly Rain: 2.27 in
Yearly Rain: 7.24 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 3.27 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 7.47 in

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from the Wind Gust 
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KABQ Albuquerque Official Station

07/30 11:52:00

75.0

59.0

57

7

Variable

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30.17

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KAEG Albuquerque Double Eagle Official Station

07/30 11:48:00

73.0

59.0

61

8

North

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30.43

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KSAF Santa Fe Official Station

07/30 11:53:00

66.0

56.0

70

6

North

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30.21

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Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Flash Flood Watch

Warning Date: 11:29 am MDT on July 30, 2015

WarningSum:...Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through Late Tonight...

Warning Message:The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* a portion of north and central nm...including the following 
  areas...Central Highlands...Chuska Mountains...Curry County...De 
  Baca County...east slopes Sangre de Cristo Mountains...eastern 
  San Miguel County...Estancia valley...far northeast Highlands... 
  far northwest Highlands...Guadalupe County...Harding County... 
  Jemez Mountains...lower Chama River Valley...lower Rio Grande 
  Valley...middle Rio Grande Valley/Albuquerque Metro area... 
  northeast Highlands...northern Sangre de Cristos above 9500 
  feet/Red River...northwest Highlands...northwest plateau...Quay 
  County...Raton ridge/Johnson Mesa...Roosevelt County...San 
  Francisco River Valley...San Juan Mountains...Sandia/Manzano 
  Mountains...Santa Fe Metro area...south Central Highlands... 
  south central mountains...southern Sangre de Cristos above 9500 
  feet...Southwest Mountains...Union County...upper Rio Grande 
  Valley...upper Tularosa Valley...west Central Highlands...west 
  central mountains...west Central Plateau and west slopes Sangre 
  de Cristo Mountains. 
* Through late tonight
* a very moist air mass remains in place over much of New
  Mexico...and many areas have already observed moderate to
  locally heavy rainfall since Wednesday. This will escalate the
  threat for flash flooding through tonight as repeated bursts of
  shower and thunderstorm activity redevelop with the potential
  for additional periods of heavy rainfall. Rainfall rates will
  commonly approach 1 to 3 inches per hour with some heavier
  downpours possible in localized areas.
* Flash flooding will be most susceptible around steep terrain and
  recently burned forests...as well as urban drainages...and areas
  that recently experienced heavy rainfall. Some minor flooding is
  also possible on tributaries leading to main Stem rivers over
  northern and eastern New Mexico.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to
flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
Monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash
flood warnings be issued.
Guyer
        

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