A quick ridge of high pressure will hold over New Mexico through Thursday leading to mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures in the low 60s. But that high won’t stick around for long, by Friday will see increasing clouds as a storm system approaches for the weekend.
Right now the storm track is trending a little farther north than we would like to see. The result of this will be some mountain snow on Saturday and Sunday but likely not a big time statewide storm.
The biggest impact of the system will likely be a pacific cold front. The image below shows that front as it sweeps toward the metro area Saturday night.