It will be another sunny but cold day across New Mexico. Temperatures will slowly warm to above freezing late in the morning, on our way to a cool afternoon. Clouds increase tonight into early Friday as a cold front and the next storm system approach the state.
The cold front will drop into the northeast first. This will pick up the winds and drop temperatures by a few degrees. But it will also help allow for some snow along the east facing slopes of the Northern Mountains. Meanwhile, the storm system drops south of the state and starts working eastward. As it does so, it will pull moisture into the southeast, allowing for scattered showers and snow for the Sacramento Mountains late Friday into Saturday.
A few lingering showers will hold on across the southeast early Sunday before skies begin to clear through the rest of the day. Another storm will move into the state early next week.