A ridge of high pressure will continue crossing New Mexico Sunday. This will allow temperatures to soar once again Sunday afternoon to near record heat. Most of the state will stay dry, with only isolated storms over the northern high terrain.
The high continues to work westward for the workweek. With the high sitting to the west, back door cold fronts will be able to move into the state. The first will impact the northeast and Northern Mountains Monday. The front continues to push across the state into Tuesday, reaching the Continental Divide. This will allow for scattered showers and storms through Wednesday, backing off in coverage Thursday and Friday.