John’s Wednesday Evening Forecast

An active second half of the week...

Showers and storms will ramp up to end the week, especially across western and central New Mexico.

A weak disturbance will move through the western part of the state Thursday, allowing for better rain chances across the southwest Thursday morning, then over the northwest and Northern Mountains by Thursday afternoon. The Albuquerque metro has a good shot as seeing some of that rainfall by midday as well.

We will continue to tap a good dose of tropical moisture on Friday allowing for more widespread showers and storms from the southwest to the northeast. Enough moisture sticks around Saturday for yet another round of showers and storms.

Things quickly dry out Sunday, with only widely scatted storms across the western half of the state, with most of the action over the high terrain. The drying trend continues through Labor Day and early next week.

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