Coming off a day of temps far below average on Tuesday, Wednesday will feel a bit better with a slight warm-up getting underway across the state.
Expect high temperatures to climb into the low to mid-40s across the ABQ-metro better than Tuesday’s high of 39° but not quite to our season average of 48°.
Winds will still be breezy at times with sustained speeds ranging between 10-20mph. The good news? There are no wind alerts posted for Wednesday anywhere within statelines.
Sunshine will dominate as high-pressure centers itself over the area.
Looking at the extended forecast, there are no *major weather-makers heading in our direction.
However, a series of cold fronts will cause temps to wiggle over the next few days, primarily for those within eastern New Mexico.
Expect the first front to arrive Thursday, the next Saturday and the third front by early next week.
Majority of the impacts from these fronts will be temperature-centered, but a few areas within the higher terrain of northern New Mexico and the Northeast Plains could pick up a few snow showers with the arrival of the fronts.