Saturday

Chris’ Saturday Night Forecast

Rain and mountain snow continue to fall in parts of New Mexico tonight.  These showers will be tapering off tonight while you are sleeping. …

Friday Forecast

Chris’ Friday Afternoon Forecast

Another storm is rolling through parts of New Mexico today and that will increase the shower coverage throughout the afternoon.

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Kristen’s Friday Morning Forecast

FRIDAY: A few light to moderate showers are passing over the state this morning – moving to the northeast at 30-40mph. Morning temperatures …

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Chris’ Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Another storm is going to start rolling into parts of New Mexico for the end of the week.   It will start cranking up the wind today and we …

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Kristen’s Thursday Morning Forecast

THURSDAY: High clouds streaming in from the southwest will make for a bit of a murky sky – expect a mix of sun and clouds across majority of…

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Kristen’s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

Scattered showers and storms are likely to develop over western and central NM by noontime today – expected to continue through the evening …

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Kristen’s Monday Afternoon Forecast

  MONDAY: A quiet start to the work week as high pressure slides over the state. Only a few high clouds are expected to fill in late this af…

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Chris’ Sunday Evening Forecast

It was a pretty nice Mother’s Day for much of New Mexico with just some left over showers in the far north tonight.  Those will be coming to…

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Chris’ Saturday Night Forecast

Snow, rain, wind and much cooler temps continue to impact most of New Mexico tonight.   Fortunately, the wind will be coming down overnight.…

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Mark’s Friday Evening Weather Report

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…

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Chris’ Friday Afternoon Forecast

Tornado Watches for Curry and Roosevelt Counties continue until 4pm this afternoon.   A watch means conditions are favorable for tornadoes t…