TUESDAY: Afternoon temperatures will be similar to Monday with most of the area climbing back into the 60s and 70s – even a few 80s expected over the far Eastern Plains. Mostly to partly sunny conditions will return for another day with a bit more cloud cover expected to the south. A few spotty showers are likely to develop – mainly to the south of Albuquerque – with limited coverage and unimpressive rain amounts.
WEDNESDAY: A comfortable start to the new month with afternoon temperatures staying put in the 60s and 70s. Winds will begin to pick up with breezy conditions (15-25mph) expected state-wide. Sunshine will stick around through Wednesday afternoon with no significant rain or storms expected.
THURSDAY: Winds will be the big talker on Thursday as strong, gusty winds are expected to crank over the Land Of Enchantment. Dry conditions, above average temperatures & gusty winds will all call for high fire danger across the state. Clear sky conditions will allow plenty of sunshine to fill in over the region.
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