Biggest update in the forecast is that the storm is going to zoom through New Mexico. The storm won’t have much time to dump off rain. Most places, however, north of I-40 will have a chance at scattered showers Monday night. The strongest thunderstorms will be near Texas around midnight. Showers will go strong overnight before quickly dying down around sunrise Tuesday. Showers will linger in the northern mountains with an impressively low snow elevation. The highest elevations will get up to 8” of snow.
Westerly flow takes over by Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will be slightly above average making for a very comfortable week.