Showers have grinded to a halt in most place except the upper elevations. However, we are far from done with active weather in New Mexico. A new storm system will develop in Arizona pulling in moisture from the Pacific. Showers will favor high terrain tonight and tomorrow, especially areas west. Any precipitation in the eastern plains will be in the form of drizzle or light rain. There’s a chance for thunderstorms in some of the warmer spots south and west.
The low gradually shifts north into Wednesday and brings most of the showers to the Four Corners. The San Juans will finally get a bit more snow than the Sangre de Christos on the tail end of this low pressure system. The low finally dissolves into Friday. Showers, if any, will be near Grant and Otero Counties for the weekend. That means the sun is finally coming back to Albuquerque for the weekend. Temperatures will still be below average, but it should be perfect for the Duke City Marathon. High temperatures will be in the lower 60s with mostly sunny skies.