A steady high pressure over New Mexico will cook up even more on Monday. Temperatures will be above average statewide in the 80s. Moisture will begin to increase. Spot showers are possible in Southern Colorado/Northwest New Mexico Monday evening. A backdoor cold front will slam into New Mexico Tuesday night. Some areas, like Roswell, will get a 20+ degree temperature decrease Tuesday into Wednesday. Showers will be possible Tuesday night and most of Wednesday depending on your latitude. Canyon winds should flair up Tuesday night thanks to the front. Best shower chances will be east and south of I-40 on Wednesday. Most places will not get over a quarter inch of rain.
High pressure builds again after the cold front. This gives us familiar weather with temperatures in the lower 80s. This weekend will give us a bit more moisture. High terrain storms are possible by Sunday. Rain for low lying areas is only possible Tuesday and Wednesday.