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Kristen’s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

A few weak showers are doing their best to hold together over the southwestern corner of the state, however, accumulations are not impressiv…

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Mark’s Monday Evening Weather Report

A weather disturbance will move just west of New Mexico on Tuesday. Clouds will spread across the west side of the state and a spot shower o…

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Kristen’s Monday Afternoon Forecast

We are in for a nice, mild day with afternoon temperatures 5-10+ degrees above average for this time of year. Plenty of sunshine can be expe…

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Chris’ Sunday Night Forecast

It was another warm afternoon with highs topping out in the 50s for much of central and southern New Mexico on Sunday (shown below). Some hi…

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Chris’ Saturday Night Forecast

An area of high pressure is in control of our weather this weekend.   That means more sunshine and even warmer temps by tomorrow afternoon. …

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Mark’s Friday Evening Weather Report

High pressure will build in over the southwest.  This will lead to not only sunny skies but a warming trend.  We topped out in the low 40’s …

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Chris’ Friday Afternoon Forecast

After a very cold morning, temperatures will struggle to recover this afternoon.  Highs will stay below average for much of the state, but b…

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Kristen’s Friday Morning Forecast

A very cold start with morning temperatures in the single digits and teens across the state — wind chills are down to single digits and belo…

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Mark’s Thursday Evening Forecast

As our winter storm exits the state skies will clear.  The clear skies, dry air and snow cover will all contribute to a very cold night acro…

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Chris’ Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Snow continues to fall in southern New Mexico today.   Areas from Silver City over to the Sacramento Mountains continue to see most of the s…

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Kristen’s Thursday Morning Forecast

THURSDAY MORNING: Snow continues to fall across eastern and central New Mexico with light snow and flurries found up along the West Mesa. Th…