Mark’s Thursday Evening Forecast

The huge crop of thunderstorms rolled through the Albuquerque metro area and a good portion of New Mexico on Wednesday are nowhere to be found today. Drier air pushed in across most of the state leading to a much leaner thunderstorm crop.

Most storms today were found over the mountains out to the east. We’ve had some brief severe weather in Lincoln County.  The Sacramento Mountains also did well Fridley scattered storms.

With high-pressure setting up over the state for the next few days we are likely to see just spotty thunderstorms over the elevated terrain. Looking out into next week our chance for showers increases again with more monsoonal moisture sliding up from the south.

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