After a classic scattered thunderstorm type day across southern and central New Mexico we will start to turn our focus to a more interesting weekend weather pattern.
A broad area of low pressure will work it’s way in from the Pacific Northwest toward the mountain west by Saturday into Sunday. Most models have this storm dipping its way into northern New Mexico late in the day on Sunday and bringing with it more rain and the possibility of some high mountain snow.
There is some uncertainty on the track of the storm, below is the latest look it where it may well be headed.
Right now the bust potential on the system is 55%. What we need to see is a little more consistency from the models on where this thing is headed and how much precip it will bring stay tuned.