MONDAY: A warm afternoon to kick off the work week as high temperatures jump into the 60s and 70s across the state – even a few low 80s across far southern NM. Plenty of sunshine will be seen through early afternoon before more clouds build in by late day. Spotty showers and storms are likely to develop north of Interstate-40 after lunchtime, although, coverage and intensity will be limited. Gusty winds and light rain are expected with any developed storm. Winds will range between 10-20mph out of the southwest – a bit breezy to finish up the day.
TUESDAY: Tomorrow will look very similar to Monday as high temperatures keep to the 60s and 70s under a mostly sunny sky. We’ll watch for another round of spot showers and storms, although, storms will be very few and far between over the state. Once again, breezy conditions 10-20mph can be expected by late day.
WEDNESDAY: Our warm-up continues with Wednesday shaping up to be the warmest day of the next seven. Plenty of sunshine will be seen state-wide with winds picking up across the area.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY: A storm now taking shape over the Pacific will near the state from the west by the end of the work week. Due to the fact that we are a good 5-6 days out from the event, the details are still a bit fuzzy. However, if the storm keeps together and stays on track, we have the chance to see more scattered rain showers by Friday afternoon.
Stay with the KRQE Weather team for the latest updates.