A cold front rolled through New Mexico Monday night and that front has brought fall back to the state at least for now. Temperatures range from 10° to as much as 30° colder in some areas this morning. Highs will be more seasonable for this afternoon all across the state, but it won’t take long for highs to climb above average. An area of high pressure will build over New Mexico for the end of the week. That will send temperatures back above average for Halloween. A couple of storm systems could impact us over the weekend. Those could crank up the wind and send temps below average possibly by the beginning of next week.
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