Chris’ Saturday Evening Forecast

Wind and Fire Danger will be on the rise for Sunday afternoon.

An of high pressure is slowly moving off to the east and into Texas.   This high pressure system will keep temperatures well above average once again on Sunday.   Highs will be 5°-10° warmer than normal tomorrow.   But, another round of storms will be likely tomorrow.

The storms over northern and western New Mexico this evening will be ending later tonight.  Storm chances then shift to the central mountain chain and Eastern Plains on Sunday.   It won’t be a washout and the storms will not be widespread, but there will be a shot at a few storms once again tomorrow.

Rain and storm chances will then be on the rise by Tuesday and Wednesday of the upcoming week.   This is when the storm system sitting to our west will slowly cross over New Mexico.   This path will keep New Mexico in the mix for rain and storms into the middle of next week.

Along with the rain chances will come wind and much cooler temperatures for the middle of the week.   Highs will be 10°-15° cooler than normal by Wednesday.