A slow-moving storm system will continue to keep the colder than normal temps, rain/snow chances, and breezy conditions around today. The storm is still sitting and spinning around the Four Corners and it will slowly push east as we head into Saturday. Before then, spot snow chances will continue for parts of the Northern Mountains along with spot showers in the east for this afternoon. The rest of us will feel cooler than normal afternoon highs and breezy to windy conditions. The strongest winds will be felt in the northeast. That is where the wind could gust as high as 40-45 mph. Most of the shower action will stay north of Albuquerque today, but there’s a slight chance for a spot shower later tonight and early Saturday.
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