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High pressure is now losing its grip over New Mexico and the hot and dry conditions will finally come to an end.
High pressure over the southwest will continue to lock out storms and lead to some of our warmest temperatures of the spring.
High pressure will continue to dry out the atmosphere over New Mexico through most of this work week.
The combination of a storm system and moisture over the state will lead to more showers throughout Thursday night.
A storm system over California coast will continue to draw moisture from the southeast into New Mexico.
A storm system is dropping down the West Coast but it will take at least another 24 hours to impact New Mexico.
Another Pacific storm system is rolling its way through the west.
Yet another storm system on its way toward New Mexico is already producing widespread rain and mountain snow.
Our next storm system is already winding up over California getting ready to head into the southwest.
With our latest storm system now pushing into the mid-west, skies will clear across New Mexico tonight.
It will be a wet night across New Mexico as a storm system combines with the moisture over the state.
A storm system off the California coast will head into New Mexico over the next couple days.
A broad area of low pressure will head out of Nevada tonight and toward the Four Corners. The storms will pass along the New Mexico/Colorado…
Mostly sunny skies will hold across the area once again on Friday before the next storm system rolls the northern New Mexico.
We will remain in between storm systems for the next couple of days.
Our slow-moving and very wet storm system will exit the state tonight leaving behind cooler temperatures and partly cloudy skies on Wednesda…
Our slow-moving and wet storm will continue to slide through the state on Tuesday.
The chance for storms will continually increase through the weekend and into the beginning of next week.
A cold front will roll into northeastern New Mexico on Friday spreading more scattered showers through the east and over the northern mounta…
High pressure over New Mexico will continue to lock out most storms through the day on Thursday.