Zonal flow will kick in tomorrow. Winds out of the west will make temperatures noticeably warmer on Thursday. We are three days away from our next cold front and things are still not looking too promising for precipitation. We’ll probably see some scattered light rain showers in the northeast accompanied by light snow showers in the Sangre de Cristos on Sunday morning.
Models are hinting at a storm system next Tuesday or Wednesday. This system will come straight from the west. This might be finally an opportunity to see some rain in Albuquerque. We’ll at least pick up some mountain snow.