ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - More rain is expected Monday and it could be sticking around throughout the state including the metro area.
Albuquerque streets were drenched as it rained on and off overnight. Rain could be seen coming down in the downtown area adding to the already wet streets Friday at 4 a.m.
Meteorologist Chris Gilson says so far this week there has been about more than an inch of rain at the Sunport.
Officials are closing NM 313 between Bernalillo and Albuquerque due to mud and water in the roadway.
Also, drivers are urged to be careful. Some puddles are deeper then they look, can be dangerous and can cause drivers to hydroplane.
Also, officials say the roof on an Albuquerque Public Schools office complex could collapse due to rain. They say the office building started to leak Thursday with standing water on the roof, so it was evacuated as a precaution.
The building has a very old roof and it has had problems before. No one is allowed back in until a contractor takes a look.
Roofers in Albuquerque also say because of the rain it is one of the biggest spikes in business they have ever seen.
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