NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A cold front will bring storm chances to northeastern New Mexico Tuesday evening, and slightly cooler temperatures to central and eastern parts of the state Wednesday.
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It is another hot day across the state with temperatures staying well above normal for this time of year. A cold front will push into northeastern New Mexico Tuesday afternoon and produce isolated thunderstorms in the evening. There is a chance for a strong to severe storm across this part of the state. A few spotty showers will also be possible in southern New Mexico.
The cold front will bring a canyon wind into the Rio Grande Valley overnight, with gusts up to 30 mph. It will leave temperatures a few degrees cooler Wednesday afternoon across central and eastern parts of the state. High pressure builds back over New Mexico Thursday and Friday, bringing back the heat. Record and near-record high temperatures will be possible again Thursday through Saturday.
Changes are on the way with more of a fall-like cold front early next week that will bring in cooler temperatures across the state.