Moisture off the Pacific will collide with a cold front over New Mexico on Thanksgiving night and Black Friday to make for a messy travel si…
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Deep southerly moisture will collide with a cold front across eastern New Mexico, making for a very interesting Thanksgiving forecast.
One more nice day on the way before major changes for the holiday weekend.
A cold front will continue to push through the state tonight and drop temperatures by Saturday by 10 to 25° across the state.
Temperatures will warm nicely on Friday with highs topping out the low 60s in the metro area with sunny skies.
Mainly clear skies will hold over the state Wednesday night and through the day Thursday.
As our major winter storm heads into the Midwest, we will have a cold night ahead with clearing skies.
A cold storm system continues to pass through New Mexico Monday night.
A very active weather weekend will unfold starting tomorrow afternoon.
New Mexico will have one more sunny day before getting back in the storm track this weekend and next week. Look for highs in the mid 50s wit…
Our coldest night of the fall so far will settle in across New Mexico.
A storm system over the four corners will slide to our north during the night Tuesday night.
A storm system will pass just north of the state Tuesday and Wednesday.
The storm track will shift north of the state through the weekend leaving New Mexico with mostly sunny skies and temperatures topping out in…
Across the cattle country of Northeastern New Mexico the approach of winter has meant roundup time.
Our cold storm over Arizona will push through New Mexico Wednesday night, bringing more mountain snow.
Our next cold fall storm is closing in on New Mexico.
A storm system currently over California will slide toward New Mexico over the next day.
Our latest storm system will exit the state tonight but it will leave behind cool temperatures to start Saturday.
Abroad trough sitting to our west will slide into New Mexico on Friday spreading more showers and high mountain snow.