There is still plenty of moisture for another batch of mountain thunderstorms. It looks like showers will be able to stretch into some foothill areas like Santa Fe or Las Vegas. A boundary in northeast New Mexico could lead to thunderstorms in Colfax and Union Counties. Any strong storms today will be in Lea County or possibly Eddy County. A high pressure will expand through Wednesday leading to warmer temperatures. Trapped moisture in a ridge will allow for more mountain storms Tuesday and Wednesday.
A dry cold front will hit Thursday night. The impacts aren’t entirely clear yet, but it’s likely southeast New Mexico will get a couple of strong storms by Friday. Dry westerly flow will continue into the weekend.