Kristen’s Tuesday Morning Forecast

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TUESDAY: Increasing cloud cover will blanket the state ahead of our next weather maker approaching from the west. It’s likely a few spotty showers will develop over northwest and west-central NM — more to come overnight into Wednesday. Afternoon highs will be slightly cooler than what was felt Monday — Albuquerque cooling ~5° leaving highs in the low 70s late day. High winds and low humidity will combine to raise fire concerns in northeast & east-central NM — a RED FLAG WARNING is in effect 12PM to 8PM (no outdoor burns!)

WEDNESDAY: High mountain snow, low elevation rain and thunderstorms will strech across the state as the mentioned storm crosses southern NM. Breezy conditions and cooler temps will also follow this storm into NM. Expect high temperatures to drop below seasonal averages in most locales — most of us in the 40s, 50s and 60s Wednesday afternoon. Accumulating snow will favor the high country of northern NM.

THURSDAY/FRIDAY: More sunshine and drier conditions will build into NM. Expect high temperatures in the ABQ-metro to climb into the 60s on Thursday, 70s by Friday. For those who will be making their pilgrimages to Tome Hill or Chimayo, weather looks to be fair and friendly. Friday will feature mostly sunny & dry skies… and high temperatures in the 60s and 70s.

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