What a huge storm day it was.
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A compact but powerful storm rolled through the Albuquerque downtown area around 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. The storm packed torrential rain an…
The remnants of a tropical disturbance will come into New Mexico in a few different pieces over the next two days.
A cold front will push into eastern New Mexico overnight and ramp up our winds in Albuquerque.
Another relatively dry day on Friday or wrap the work week.
There will be very little storm action across New Mexico over the next couple of days.
A dry southwest flow will continue to keep the chance for showers minimal to nonexistent across most of the state for the rest of the work w…
Limited moisture and a southwest flow will hold over the state through the next week.
There really won’t be much moisture across the state over the weekend. Any storms we see will be centered over the southern mountains.
A cold front will plow into eastern New Mexico on Friday. This front will cool temps between 5°-15° across the east.
A couple of backdoor cold fronts will continue to influence our weather through the weekend.
A good supply of moisture and small weather disturbance lead to showers and central New Mexico today including the Albuquerque metro area.
Moisture streaming in from the Pacific will continue to fuel thunderstorms through Saturday across most of western and central New Mexico.
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.