NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Thursday is dry and a bit warmer than Wednesday in the northern and western mountains. Thursday will be hot with a better chance for showers and storms. A storm system crossing the Rockies will bring scattered showers and storms to western, northern, and central New Mexico.
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The far east and south parts of New Mexico will stay dry. The metro will have a chance for an isolated shower or storm in the late afternoon and evening, but with dry air in place, there is a good chance storms will mostly fizzle out as they move in from the west. There will be a better chance for widespread storms Friday.