WEDNESDAY: A frigid start to the day with morning temperatures down to the single digits, teens and 20s for most (below freezing across the entire state). In the wake of our recent storm, sunshine will fill in over the area with no significant rain or snow to mention of. Winds will still be a touch on the breezy side this afternoon over central and eastern NM… expect winds to generally range between 10-20mph out of the northwest.
THURSDAY: Another cold morning and cool afternoon with highs topping out in the 30s, 40s and 50s. Expect a mostly sunny sky to blanket the state with westerly flow helping warn temperatures a few degrees from Wednesday.
FRIDAY – SATURDAY: Our next big weather-maker is expected to take a more southerly track, bringing southern NM the opportunity to pick up some rain and snow. An incoming back door cold front (in combination with the mentioned storm) will drop temperatures statewide. Details to come as this storm develops and moves closer.