There hasn’t been any measurable precipitation in Albuquerque since December 2nd. We have a really good shot at ending the 15 day dry streak tonight. Models have been all over the place with coverage and intensity of the rain and snow. Basically, everywhere but the far northwest part of New Mexico could pick up some precipitation from now until Tuesday morning. We know that it’ll be too warm for lower elevations to get snow. Overall, amounts will be low. I don’t think we’ll see any city get over 0.25” of rain or any mountain get over 4” of snow.
A high pressure nudges in Tuesday afternoon. This will clear the skies, raise temperatures into the 50s, and bring a stiff breeze east of the divide. Clouds return on Friday. We need to wait another day to make any assertions on the weekend forecast.