Chris’ Thursday Morning Forecast

A windy day with cooler temperatures is ahead for New Mexico. A storm system will drag in a pair of cold fronts to western and eastern New M…

Mark’s Wednesday Evening Forecast

Storm system will pass through northern New Mexico on Thursday dragging in colder air and the chance for some mountain snow.  Snow amount sh…

John’s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

After a cold start, temperatures will warm to above average this afternoon with mostly sunny skies. A storm moves in tonight, delivering som…

Mark’s Tuesday Evening Forecast

Wednesday will be our warmest day of the work week with temperatures jumping into the mid 50s in the metro area.

John’s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

After a foggy start in the Albuquerque metro area, expect more sunshine for the afternoon with temperatures staying on the cool side. Temper…

Kristen’s Tuesday Morning Forecast

TUESDAY: Lingering showers over southeast NM this morning will gradually clear through the day, leaving behind a mix of sun and clouds. The …

John’s Monday Afternoon Forecast

Scattered showers will continue across the south today as a storm system passes south of the state. Expect more light snow across the Gila a…

Kristen’s Monday Morning Forecast

MONDAY: Spotty rain and snow showers will continue to favor southern NM today – expect a couple more inches of accumulating snow in and arou…

Chris’ Sunday Night Forecast

Snow and rain showers will continue across southern New Mexico tonight. The storm system is too far south for Albuquerque to get any rain or…

Chris’ Saturday Night Forecast

Weather Alerts Live Interactive Radar Clouds will continue to increase this evening as a storm system moves into southwest New Mexico overni…

Chris’ Friday Afternoon Forecast

Another chilly afternoon is ahead before a brief warm up commences for Saturday. There will be more sunshine this afternoon with less wind, …

Kristen’s Friday Morning Forecast

FRIDAY: A slight warm up will get underway this afternoon with high temperatures climbing well into the 40s and 50s across most of the state…