Snow will pound the northern mountains tonight as expected. Before noon on Sunday, the eastern plains will get a spectrum of precipitation. Flurries near Clayton should produce a dusting of snow. Drizzle farther south could produce a thin layer of ice is the temperatures cooperate. Temperatures will be significantly cooler east of the divide the next two days.
Temperatures rebound on a beautiful Tuesday. Another low will swing into southern Colorado on Wednesday bringing snow to the northern mountains. Friday brings a stronger cold front and a good chance of light rain in Albuquerque. This system could linger into Saturday.