TUESDAY: Snow showers will continue to linger in and around the higher terrain of New Mexico… slowly disappearing through late day (most, if not all, showers will dissipate by tonight). The majority of us can expect gradual clearing through the day with sunshine peaking through this afternoon. Expect chilly afternoon highs statewide with most of us only topping out in the 30s and 40s (well below average for this time of year). Northwest winds (10-20mph) will continue across central NM with stronger winds expected along the eastern slopes of the higher terrain and Eastern Plains (15-25mph / gusts +35mph).
WEDNESDAY Mostly quiet across the region as sunshine blankets the state and temperatures moderate some (a couple degrees added on to Tuesday’s highs). No significant rain or snow to mention.
THURSDAY: As our next storm digs south out of the Great Basin, expect increasing cloud cover out west but no significant rain chances just yet. Afternoon temperatures will once again warm a few degrees compared to earlier in the week – but still remaining below average (another round of 30s, 40s and 50s).