Showers are still expected to go strong overnight for northern areas. Rain will transition into snow for most places by the morning. Albuquerque will probably be a degree or two too warm for snow, while it looks cold enough to see a dusting in Santa Fe. Snow in the Northern Mountains will rack up the highest precipitation anywhere with some places getting close to a foot.
Snow showers will die down by rough noon on Monday. It will be a cloudy and cold day after this arctic cold front. One of the few places in the country that will see more showers is New Mexico. A cutoff low in Arizona will fire off another round of scattered showers Tuesday. Most of the showers will be in the evening, so more rain for the valleys and more snow for the mountains.