Chris’ Thursday Night Forecast

High pressure is in control of our weather that means dry conditions with very cold mornings and mild afternoons.   This high will be in control for at least one more day before a storm system grazes New Mexico.   This storm system has little moisture to work with and it will be staying farther to our north.   That means most of New Mexico will stay dry and feel some breezes over the weekend as a front rolls in.  If we are very lucky, there could be a few spot snow showers over the Northern Mountains.  Outside of the breezes, temperatures won’t be falling much behind the front, but it will be cool enough for a light jacket if you’re out this weekend.  Another high pressure system builds over New Mexico by the beginning of next week.  That means more sunshine and dry conditions for next week.

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