NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Wednesday will be another mostly sunny and dry day. Temperatures will warm up a bit from Tuesday’s highs. Another heat wave will bring near-record and record heat to the state Thursday through Saturday, thanks to a strong area of high pressure moving over New Mexico.
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Skies will stay dry today, but clouds and virga will develop in the west central high terrain and Socorro County. There will be a better chance for storms in the southern high terrain on Thursday, Friday and the weekend, as better upper level moisture arrives in the state.