NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Showers and thunderstorms have been moving through central New Mexico Monday morning, bringing pockets of heavy rain and lightning. These storms are moving east-northeast and will move through the eastern plains during the later morning commute.
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Skies will be mostly sunny and dry for the majority of the state, with storms returning this afternoon and evening. Areas along and south of I-40 will see scattered PM storms, while areas north of I-40, mainly the Four Corners, will see isolated rain. The northern mountains and northeast highlands will only see a few storms possible. Temperatures will be hot today, and even hotter by the middle of the week.