Temperatures are going to be on a roller coaster ride all week as a couple of cold fronts move in.
It will be chilly to start out on Monday morning, but temperatures will be warmer than average by the afternoon. Then another cold front moves into the Eastern Plains on Tuesday afternoon. This front will drop temperatures and kick up the wind.
Temperatures then warm back-up for the middle of the week before a stronger shot of cold air moves in on Friday. This cold air could keep temperatures in the 40s and 50 across eastern New Mexico while temperatures will fall back into the upper 50s in Albuquerque by Friday.
Some areas like the Northern Mountains and Northeast could see some rain and even snow by week’s end. So stay tuned to News 13 because the end of the is looking interesting!