The Flash Flood Threat continues for much of New Mexico tonight. Albuquerque, central and northern portions of the state are under Flash Flood Watches until late tonight for the chance for strong storms to dump heavy rain on saturated ground. Storms tried to move in around Albuquerque earlier today but those didn’t have much luck in surviving. There’s still a slight chance for a spot shower tonight in the metro but most of the stronger storms are beginning to lose their intensity.
Storm coverage will be slowly diminishing over the next few days as we start to usher in some drier air from the west. We will have spot storms in parts of New Mexico for Monday and Tuesday, but by mid-week we will start to see more sunshine. That sun will heat central New Mexico back up into the low to mid 90s with the triple digits returning to the southern half of the state.