THURSDAY: Afternoon temperatures will be similar to Wednesday with most of the state climbing back into the 60s and 70s. Clear, sunny skies will start to cloud over by late day — expect spotty showers to begin developing over the western and central portions of NM afternoon the noon hour. Unfortunately, the lack of moisture with this storm will leave most (if any) showers as virga showers.
FRIDAY: Expect a much cooler day to wrap up the work week as most of northern and central NM drops to the 50s and 60s. Another round of spotty showers is likely across the northern half of the state. Most of the activity will fall as rain in the lower elevations, although, there is a possibility of a few light snow showers developing over the higher elevations of the Northern Mountains.
WEEKEND: Another disturbance will pass over the state on Saturday but I wouldn’t rearrange your plans around it. Any showers that have enough energy to form will not be impressive. A more promising storm will move in late day Saturday into Sunday, looking to give way to more showers and thunderstorms. If the storm stays on track, we could be looking at a soggy end to the weekend.