Looks like our best combo of moisture and energy will slide up the Rio Grande tonight. Showers will favor the mountains and become strongest by 10 pm or midnight. Some of the thunderstorms in the southeast may produce some hail tonight. Showers will be scattered yet again for the morning commute. The cold front enters New Mexico Tuesday afternoon. It will slide across the state dumping off heavy rain. A squall line develops in the evening bring a good chance of hail to southeast New Mexico.
The low pressure pushes into Kanas on Wednesday, but we’ll still have snow showers in the northern mountains. Winds will be extremely strong on Wednesday. We might be able to record an 80 mph gust east on I-40 that day. Thursday brings us temperatures around 20 degrees below average. Temperatures slowly build back into the 50s for the weekend. Precipitation on Saturday is still uncertain. Sunday will likely bring clear skies.