Flash flood watches continue until midnight for the southwest corner of the state and for Southern Colorado. There’s still a ton of moisture in place to spark scattered storms along the central mountain chain and to the west. A weather system that triggered storms on Wednesday and is still moving through the region so more storm activity is likely this afternoon. This will allow an area of high pressure to hang out over the state. The high will bring drier air back into New Mexico and it will limit our storm chances to the mountains. Under the high pressure, temperatures will also be heating back up into the weekend.
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