High pressure sitting over the state has not allowed all that many storms to get fired up across New Mexico over the past few days. That will change a bit on Tuesday and Wednesday. The high will shift north over Colorado allowing more moisture to slide up from the south puling thunderstorms. This will not create a huge crop of storms but it should lead to an increase in some storms.
However, that increase won’t last long. The high should drop back down over the state by Thursday reducing the number of overall storms. There is some hope over the weekend and into next week that a backdoor cold front will recharge the atmosphere with moisture. Below is a look at the 7 to 14 day outlook for precip across the state this does show some promise.