A dominant ridge of high-pressure will continue to control our weather through the rest of the work week. It will hold just to our west on W…
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A powerful ridge of high-pressure will continue to lock moisture out of the west.
A ridge of high-pressure will gain strength over the next couple of days and lock out any storms from the Mountain West in the next week.
A cold northerly flow will keep temperatures well below average through Thursday and Friday with highs in the 30’s.
A powerful winter storm that slammed the mountains with up to two feet of snow is now exiting the state.
Mark’s weather report from Durango, Colorado.
There will be one more warm day before a major winter storm moves into New Mexico.
Warm temperatures and sunny skies will hold over the area for the next two days. Highs on Friday will top out in the mid 50s with highs on S…
Slowly, a westerly flow will take over across New Mexico and lead to more warming temperatures.
Our small but impressive winter storm has now worked its way out of the state leaving behind sunshine and warming temperatures. Temps will t…
A fast-moving weather disturbance will kick through the state overnight and Tuesday morning.
High clouds will stream into the state on Saturday with the temperatures warming nicely into mid 50’s. Through the day on Sunday, snow will …
Thursday was a cool day with a northerly flow across the state.
A northerly flow across the state on Thursday will knock temperatures down between 10 and 15 degrees.
A storm system will clip the northern portion of the state late tonight and early Wednesday leading to scattered snow in the mountains and a…
Our storm system continues to kick through the state Friday afternoon.
Our next storm system will work its wayin on Friday with snow across the western portion of the state by midday.
A weak and fast-moving storm will clip northeastern New Mexico on Thursday. This system won’t pack much in the way of showers but it will pa…
A ridge of high-pressure will slide over New Mexico on Wednesday, leading to mostly sunny skies and temperatures warming into the mid 40s.
A ridge of high-pressure will slowly slide from west to east across New Mexico through Wednesday.