Afternoon storms will pop up again across western and northern parts of New Mexico Friday. Drier air moves in for the weekend.
Scattered storms have once again developed across New Mexico Thursday afternoon. Those showers and storms have mostly tapered off tonight, but some lingering rain and thunder
Drier air will begin moving in from the east on Friday, pushing the best chances for rain west along the Arizona state line and across far northwest New Mexico and southern Colorado. Dry air will move in statewide this weekend, keeping all of New Mexico dry into early next week. Temperatures will stay above-average through early next week as well. Winds will pick up on Sunday as Hurricane Hilary approaches southern California. Unfortunately, all the moisture from that tropical system will stay well west of New Mexico.
There are signs of monsoon moisture increasing by the middle of next week. This will start to bring back rain chances across New Mexico Wednesday along with cooler temperatures.