NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – This morning is mostly dry, aside from spotty sprinkles in the Four Corners. Eastern New Mexico will see mostly sunny and dry skies today. The Rio Grande Valley will be mostly dry, with only a slight chance for some hit or miss showers or a thunderstorm. The southwest could see scattered showers and thunderstorms, but most storm activity will be in the Four Corners, west mountains and northern mountains. Scattered rain will last through the night in this area, thanks to an upper level disturbance. This disturbance will bring heavy rain and storms to much of northern and central New Mexico on Friday afternoon and evening.
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