After another cold morning, temperatures will climb back to unseasonably mild afternoon temperatures tomorrow. Highs will be around 10° warmer than average for Sunday afternoon.
An area of high pressure will be in control of New Mexico’s weather heading into next week. This means the abnormally warm weather during the afternoon after some cold starts and dry weather will continue.
The only minor weather player will be a weak disturbance that will bring in some clouds across southern New Mexico to begin the upcoming week. But it will stay dry and mild for the foreseeable future.
Albuquerque has now gone through 65 days without measurable rain or snow at the Sunport and this dry stretch is now in the top 20 longest on record.