A cold front will move into the northeastern corner of the state this afternoon. This will lead to a good round of showers and storms for the northeast, east central areas, and the northern mountains. Some of these locations could see some flooding as well. Albuquerque will also see a shot at a few showers and storms, but the winds will pick up late this afternoon and this evening as the front pushes through.
Central and western New Mexico will have another shot at scattered showers and storms Tuesday afternoon as moisture from the cold front lingers. But the ridge of high pressure sitting to our east will slide back over the state for the middle and latter part of the work week. That will lock most of the moisture back out. The higher terrain will still have a chance at spot showers but most of the state will dry out and heat up. Highs will reach the mid 90s in the metro by the end of the week and the mid 100s across the southeast.