Moisture streaming in from the Pacific will continue to fuel thunderstorms through Saturday across most of western and central New Mexico.
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A storm system heading into the west coast will help to draw a moisture from the south into New Mexico.
Expect the active weather to continue over the next several days with various forms of moisture reaching New Mexico. Tonight some showers an…
Moisture will continue to sit over the state for the next few days fueling daily rounds of thunderstorms.
High pressure shifting to eastern New Mexico will allow more moisture into the state in the next few days.
A weather disturbance over the Baja will scoot around New Mexico over the next couple days.
Moisture will continue to increase across the state through the weekend. This will lead to a better crop of afternoon thunderstorms Saturday…
Moisture will begin to leak into New Mexico from the south and provide a better chance of showers through the weekend.
Dry air over New Mexico will prevent any storms from forming over the next 24 hours.
A strong August cold front will continue to slide through New Mexico over the next 24 hours.
Drier air has begun pushing into New Mexico Monday.
High pressure has begun its march out from New Mexico.
High pressure will begin to lose its grip over New Mexico in the next couple days.
High-pressure locked over the state continues to keep storms away from New Mexico.
High pressure has moved into New Mexico and is shutting down our moisture supply.
After a day of widespread thunderstorms on Monday, things will begin to change Tuesday.
High pressure over the state will continue to keep storms at bay for the next couple of days.
High pressure setting up over the state is not allowing many storms to form. We should remain largely dry through most of the work week.
After a wet past few days things will begin to dry out a bit over the weekend.
Deep moisture and the heat of the day will continue to lead to thunderstorms across New Mexico through the end of the work week.