Christopher’s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: An active day of weather with widespread showers, thunderstorms and high mountain snow developing across the state. The best chance for snow is in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with 4″ – 8″ possible above 9500ft. The best chance for strong thunderstorms will be across eastern New Mexico. Storms may produce pea-sized hail, wind gusts up to 45 mph and cloud-to-ground lightning. Afternoon highs will be cooler than what was felt earlier in the week as most of us drop below seasonal averages with temps in the 50s, 60s & 70s (east).The ABQ Metro should get up to 60°. 

THURSDAY: By Thursday, the storm will move out of the state leading to clear skies & dry conditions. Highs will be warmest across central and western NM in the 60s & 70s. The ABQ Metro should flirt with 70. 

FRIDAY: A ridge will build in by Friday allowing temps to soar above average for all of NM. Temps in the 70s and 80s will be felt.

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