TUESDAY: A slow-moving low pressure system will finally start to make it’s way east out of Colorado, taking our rain chances with it. A few spot showers and thunderstorms are still possible within the far northeast and east-central portions of NM, however, coverage will be limited. Afternoon temperatures will be anywhere from 2-6 degrees warmer than what was felt Monday – expect temps to top out in the 50s, 60s and 70s.
WEDNESDAY: Drier and warmer! Expect more sunshine and high temperatures closer to average. High pressure building over the Desert Southwest will keep things quiet through midweek.
THURSDAY: Temperatures will continue to climb with widespread 60s, 70s and 80s expected. Sunshine will blanket the area stateline to stateline.