NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A cold front has left temperatures cooler Monday across eastern New Mexico, and will bring another round of canyon winds into Albuquerque late tonight.
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An unsettled week of weather for some, especially across eastern and northern New Mexico where light rain, spotty showers, a few storms, and mountain snow will be possible. A series of cold fronts this week will keep temperatures cooler, and bring in better moisture into eastern New Mexico, but just clouds and light rain or drizzle look likely. A better chance for wetting moisture will be across the northern mountains.