Cold, clear start to the weekend

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Eric's Friday Morning Forecast

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – We continue to see below-average temperatures all across New Mexico this Friday morning. Wind chills are subfreezing for northern parts of the state. Taos had a wind chill of 17 degrees! Grab those thicker coats for the morning. Under sunny skies, temperatures warm into the lower 60s for the Albuquerque metro area. This is still a solid 10 degrees below average. Cool, dry air from the north will continue to filter in throughout the day thanks to another backdoor cold front.


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Our gorgeous stretch of fall weather begins this weekend with lots of sunshine and moderating temperatures into the upper 60s near 70 by Monday. It’ll be a perfect weekend for any fall activities. We’ll even catch a break from the high winds for a few days. This changes by Monday as another low-pressure system develops off the west coast. It looks like we’ll be too far south once again for any significant precipitation. Our northern mountains may see a few snow showers on Tuesday. We clear out beyond this scarper system however and keep our sunny skies going.

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