The weather will quiet down a bit over the next couple of days with partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid to high 70s.
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A series of weak weather disturbances will track across the northern mountains through the weekend.
A broad storm system will continue to churn over northern New Mexico for the next 36 hours.
A powerful spring storm will drop into northern New Mexico over the next two days.
A powerful storm system currently spending over Utah will drop into Mexico late Wednesday night and stay over the state into Friday.
A very wet storm continues to exit the southern portion of the state.
A storm system spinning off the West Coast will move into the state over the weekend.
After a weak backdoor cold front pushing through late tonight and cranking up the east wind machine briefly, the weather will once again qui…
The gusty winds of today will eventually work their way out during the overnight hours and lead to a cooler and sunny day on Thursday.
A Pacific storm system will pass just north of New Mexico through the day on Wednesday.
New Mexico is well known for its Spring winds and we will live up to that reputation the next couple of days.
A ridge of high pressure will slide over New Mexico this weekend.
Our cool northerly flow will slowly work it’s way out of the state over the next couple of days.
A cold front and weather disturbance will continue to clip through northeastern New Mexico tonight with a few scattered rain and snow shower…
A cold front moving to northeastern New Mexico late tonight and throughout the day on Wednesday.
Partly sunny skies will prevail across New Mexico on Tuesday with another warm day in store.
Yet another storm is dropping down to our Southwest and pushing moisture into New Mexico.
Moisture will continue to flow into New Mexico from the south.
We will have an active weather week ahead but the real question is how many storms we actually see?
A trough sitting over the state will continue to touch off a couple of isolated showers overnight otherwise a drying trend will begin to set…