Kristen’s Wednesday Morning Forecast


Areas that picked up rain and snow out of Tuesday’s spring storm will have the potential for fog development Wednesday morning. As of 6AM, areas within northern NM (including the Santa Fe-metro) were reporting reduced visibility because of low clouds and patchy freezing fog.

A FREEZING FOG ADVISORY remains in place for the Santa Fe metro, far northwest and northeast highlands until 8AM.

Moisture lingering over the Eastern Plains will allow a few more spot showers to develop Wednesday afternoon while the rest of the state can expect an increase in sunshine. Afternoon temperatures will rebound statewide with widespread 50s and 60s expected late day.

A small disturbance rolling out of southeast Colorado will help trigger another round of scattered rain and snow showers over northern and northeast NM late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. However, the impacts of the disturbance will be limited to northeast NM… and will not last past noontime Thursday.

Breezy to windy conditions out of the northwest will continue Wednesday afternoon with speeds 15-25mph likely within the Rio Grande Valley.

Thursday and Friday will feature a warming trend with most above average to finish the work week.

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