Mostly sunny skies throughout New Mexico

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MONDAY: A nice start to the work week with mostly sunny skies, above average temperatures and dry conditions stretched statewide. Winds will be breezy at times coming out of the southwest at 10-20mph (noticeable, but not miserable). Winds combining with dry conditions (relative humidity <15%) will raise fire danger concerns in eastern NM — a RED FLAG WARNING is in effect for northeast and east-central NM from noon to 8PM.

TUESDAY: Our next weather maker will make its approach late Tuesday into Wednesday. Increasing clouds and spotty showers will start to develop near the Four Corners and west-central NM Tuesday afternoon before pushing further east overnight. Expect temps to drop ~5° from Monday’s reading leaving most of us in the 50s, 60s and 70s.

WEDNESDAY: The storm will push east across NM spreading out high mountain snow, low elevation rain/thunderstorms and breezy to windy conditions across the area. Albuquerque will be favored for spotty rain showers late Tuesday and into the day Wednesday… while areas +9000ft will likely see rain convert to snow. Afternoon highs will dip below average in most locales with more 40s, 50s and 60s on the map… and fewer 70s & 80s.

THURSDAY/FRIDAY: We’ll close the work week with more sunshine, drier conditions and a warming trend as high pressure builds into the area.

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