NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A storm system from the east will move over New Mexico for the next few days leading to a significant uptick in storm coverage over western and central areas of the state. Flooding will be the main concern over burn scars and areas that have been wet recently.
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Showers will decrease a bit by Sunday as the storm moves west but scattered to numerous showers are still likely into early next week.
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