NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A flood watch will be in effect for the Jemez and Sangre de Cristo Mountains up north, the west mountains, northern Gila and northern Sacramento Mountains through tonight. Burn scar and terrain flash flooding is likely. Scattered storms will develop in the mountains during the early afternoon, moving in a clockwise direction around the state. Storms will move into the east plains and central highlands through the evening. We could see a few isolated storms in the Metro during the late afternoon and evening.

Forecast continues below

Forecast Continues Below

We will see the same storm forecast unravel for our Tuesday. Storms will move south/southwest off of the mountains, bringing scattered storms to all of the high terrain and more flood watches, and isolated storms to the valley and plains. Temperatures will warm up through the middle of the week, with warmer than normal temperatures across the state.