TUESDAY: A mostly quiet day ahead of us with mostly to party sunny conditions statewide. Afternoon temperatures will be +5 degrees warmer than Monday leaving most of the state well into the 60s and 70s, more 80s (and even low 90s) for southern NM. Spotty showers will likely develop over the higher elevations of the Sangre de Cristo and Gila Mountains late this afternoon, although, coverage will be limited. A stray shower may drift over the ABQ-metro area by late day, but don’t expect the same kind of coverage or intensity as what was seen Monday night. Westerly winds will keep to 5-15mph through late evening.
WEDNESDAY: Another mild day with temperatures at or just below average for this time of year. Mostly to partly sunny conditions will stick around for another day.
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