THURSDAY: A frigid start to the day with morning temperatures well below 0 degrees in the high country, single digits and teens across northern and central NM and only slightly warmer in the teens and 20s throughout southern NM. We’ll begin the day with a clear sky before more clouds creep in by late day (thanks to a disturbances passing to the north). It’s possible that a few light snow showers pop up over the far northwest and Northern Mountains late this afternoon into this evening, however, little to no accumulation is expected. The rest of us can expect a cool afternoon (widespread 30s and 40s) under a partly sunny sky.
FRIDAY: Our warm-up continues through the end of the work week with high temperatures climbing further into the 20s, 30s and 40s. Breezy to windy conditions will return as a storm clips the far northeast corner of the state. A handful of isolated snow showers are possible over the Northern Mountains and Northeast Plains – the majority of us will only get wind and a few more clouds out of this set-up.
WEEKEND: Warmer temps & lots of sunshine! Very little to complain about this weekend – most of us can expect temperatures to climb above average under a mostly sunny sky. There are no significant rain or snow chances to mention of anywhere within statelines.