More fog, drizzle, and chilly temperatures through Wednesday

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Erica's Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The next storm is going to bring weather changes across the state Tuesday and Wednesday. This morning, there is patchy fog in parts of eastern New Mexico, and some spotty sprinkles and flurries will be possible in northern New Mexico. A cold front is moving into the east this morning, which will keep skies mostly cloudy and foggy there today, with much chillier temperatures, especially near the eastern state line. Spotty showers will be possible in the northern mountains and northeast highlands through the afternoon. Meanwhile, areas west of the central mountain chain will stay dry, with higher clouds and warmer than normal temperatures.

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Wednesday will start with fog and drizzle for the east side of the state. It should lift during the afternoon. Temperatures will cool even more for the east plains, and the Rio Grande Valley, as the cold front progresses westward. The front will finally make it through the west half of the state by Thursday, bringing cooler temperatures. High pressure will make a comeback Thursday through the weekend, leading to sunnier, calm, and warmer weather Thursday through early next week.

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