A couple of disturbances are going to bring the chance for some scattered storms and mountain snow this weekend. Neither of these systems have a ton of moisture to work with so we are going to have to watch out for dry lightning strikes in central and western New Mexico. The farther north and east you get, the better shot you have of actually picking up rain. Snow will be confined to areas above 8,000 ft in the Northern Mountains, but it won’t be a lot of snow. A couple of inches are possible.
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