Temperatures will be closer to record highs for parts of New Mexico rather than the seasonal averages. Dry westerly flow will be in control of the weather and that means the warm weather will continue for most of the upcoming week. There will be some minor weather features to watch outside of the warm temps to start the new week.
High clouds are moving in from the west tonight. These clouds will act as a blanket and keep overnight temperatures a bit warmer to start Monday morning. Areas in the Southeast will likely see another round of low clouds and fog to begin the work week. The fog should lift by midday, but another round of foggy weather will return to southeast New Mexico on Tuesday morning.
The high clouds will linger over central and northern New Mexico tomorrow afternoon. These clouds will filter the sunshine at times, but even with the clouds temperatures will warm up quickly.
A weak cold front moves in on Wednesday. This will bring a one day cool down before temperatures warm up again on Thursday. The bigger drop in temperatures could come on Friday and into Saturday