WEDNESDAY: Today will shape up to be a nice day temperature-wise as most of us climb back into the 50s, 60s and 70s. Drier air will limit rain chances for majority of NM. The only exception – the higher terrain. Leftover moisture and daytime heating will help fire off a handful of spot showers and storms over the high country. The rest of us can expect a mix of sun & clouds.
THURSDAY: Drier & warmer! Expect temperatures to warm above average and mostly sunny conditions statewide.
FRIDAY: A strong storm will drop out of the Great Basin and hover over the Four Corners region. The track of this storm is still in question, although at the current moment, it is likely that those within Southern Colorado and lining the northern stateline will see scattered showers and storms beginning late Friday through this weekend. Details to come as we get closer.