High clouds will start to slip into New Mexico tonight and tomorrow. The lunar eclipse will be obscured for most people Sunday night, but it won’t be completely blocked out. A passing low to the north will drag warm air into the state. Some places will get into the 70s, however, there is a catch. Monday will be extremely windy. Winds could gust over 80 mph near Clines Corners and some high terrain.
Tuesday will be significantly colder. Sunny skies will help us cruise in the 40s for the tail end of the week. The weather in the west looks tame past the seven-day forecast. This will likely be temporary as more active weather is anticipated for February.