Colder air, wind and some light snow will be moving into eastern New Mexico tomorrow.
A cold front moving in from the northeast could trigger some light snow showers and bring in low clouds, fog, for portions of eastern New Mexico on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Temperatures will go from the 50s & 60s across the east from today to the 30s & 40s tomorrow afternoon.
The canyon winds will then kick up from 15-25 mph by tomorrow afternoon in Albuquerque with wind gusts up to 35 mph out of the east. This canyon wind will usher in much colder temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday. The metro will feel temperatures in the 40s during the afternoon for the middle of the week.
Another weak weather disturbance will bring a shot at light snow to the western high terrain Tuesday and into Wednesday. Snow accumulation and any rain will be light and spotty across the western New Mexico.
Temperatures then warm up for the week’s end before a storm system could move in for next weekend.