TUESDAY: High pressure sitting off to our east is still a touch to close to get storms to develop over the *entire state but still far enough to allow some moisture to sneak in out west. Spotty to scattered storms will continue to favor far western NM with a few spot storms likely to fire in and around the Central Mountains. The Albuquerque-metro area will have a chance at a few isolated storms, although, not everyone will see rain. Afternoon temperatures will be slightly cooler than what was felt Monday with more 80s and 90s (and less 100s) on the map.
WEDNESDAY: Scattered storms will straddle the AZ/NM stateline with a few spot storms found over central NM. Afternoon highs will be similar to Tuesday – expect high temperatures to top out in the 70s, 80s and 90s.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY: High pressure will slide back over the state – drying us out and warming up temperatures. Expect a few (if any) storms to favor the higher terrain. Afternoon temperatures will climb above seasonal averages statewide leaving most in the 80s, 90s and low 100s.