NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Tuesday morning is mostly dry, partly sunny and hazy. The morning will stay quiet, and it will be a good time to get outside. Storms will develop this early afternoon in the northern mountains and along the central mountain chain and the Gila.
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Only isolated storms are expected for the Gila and Rio Grande Valley. Storms will be numerous along the central mountain chain and northern mountains. There is a high threat for flash flooding in the northern mountains and northeast highlands Monday. Heavy rain is expected with slow-moving storms. As those storms move east into the northeast highlands, the flood threat will remain high. Stay away from burn scars, arroyos, washes and river/stream beds.