After a break Saturday, rain returns to New Mexico on Sunday. The good news is that we are not expecting widespread persistent rainfall. The bad news is that any scattered storms that do develop could dump quick bursts of heavy rainfall. Flash flooding will be possible for those areas already saturated from the remnants of Odile.
The moisture Sunday will be due to the monsoon flow, assisted by a storm passing to our northwest. Showers will continue across the south and east Sunday, but drier air will work into the northwest corner of the state as the storm system passes north.
The weather goes quiet for the middle and latter part of the work week with above average temperatures.