NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Some areas in the Northern Mountains saw some light rain showers or virga Easter Sunday afternoon. None of that reached the lower elevations however due to a drier flow from the southwest. We cranked up the heat as temps soared near 80 degrees. The record heat isn’t done yet either as Monday will be even warmer.
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Come Monday, the winds will begin to increase ahead of a developing Colorado low. We’ll be far enough south to avoid any significant impacts except the wind! High wind gusts exceeding 40-50 mph are likely into Tuesday as we cool off around 10 degrees. Fire impacts will remain very high for both Monday and Tuesday as relative humidity levels shrink to 5%!
Heading into next week, we stay slightly breezy, sunny, and milder.