A Pacific storm system will pass just north of New Mexico through the day on Wednesday.
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New Mexico is well known for its Spring winds and we will live up to that reputation the next couple of days.
A ridge of high pressure will slide over New Mexico this weekend.
Our cool northerly flow will slowly work it’s way out of the state over the next couple of days.
A cold front and weather disturbance will continue to clip through northeastern New Mexico tonight with a few scattered rain and snow shower…
A cold front moving to northeastern New Mexico late tonight and throughout the day on Wednesday.
Partly sunny skies will prevail across New Mexico on Tuesday with another warm day in store.
Yet another storm is dropping down to our Southwest and pushing moisture into New Mexico.
Moisture will continue to flow into New Mexico from the south.
We will have an active weather week ahead but the real question is how many storms we actually see?
A trough sitting over the state will continue to touch off a couple of isolated showers overnight otherwise a drying trend will begin to set…
A trough sliding through the Southwest will bring scattered showers across New Mexico on Friday.
High-pressure will slide over New Mexico during the day on Wednesday.
A week weather disturbance kicking across the state today helped touch off scattered thunderstorms.
We will see a little bit of everything across New Mexico this weekend weather wise.
A ridge of high-pressure will form to our west largely locking out most of the state from any sort of rain or snow through the next five day…
The very stormy weather pattern that’s been over the southwest for the past two weeks is finally going to break.
The final storm in our long line of whether disturbances will pass through the state on Wednesday.
Yet another storm system is headed into New Mexico tonight. The storm will push a cold front up on the west slopes of the northern mountains…
Snow will continue in the Albuquerque metro area through the evening hours and into early tonight.