NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – There are some showers in the Four Corners, west mountains, Metro and the lower Rio Grande Valley Monday morning. Showers have popped up thanks to a cold front moving through the state. The rain should dissipate throughout the morning, and more afternoon and evening storms will develop this afternoon and evening.
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The PM storms will pop up over the mountains, slowly moving southeast. Some of the storms may be nearly stationary, dropping heavy rain, and bringing the threat of flash flooding. A flash flood watch will be in effect for the northern and western mountains from noon until late tonight. The Rio Grande Valley will have a chance for isolated storms during the afternoon, but rain will likely hold off until the evening for the Metro area. Temperatures will be cooler than normal today through Wednesday.