Rain and snow continues across New Mexico as a late winter storm is moving through the state. Snow will move into central New Mexico tonight.

Scattered rain and snow showers continue across the northern half of New Mexico. A backdoor cold front in the eastern part of the state is pushing south and west bringing more rain and snow along with it. Expect to see snow around Santa Fe and the East Mountains heading into the evening and early overnight. The cold front will bring a strong east canyon wind into the metro overnight, with gusts up to 50 mph. At the state time, snow will also spread into central New Mexico. However, the east canyon wind will limit the chance for snow around Albuquerque though.

East canyon winds die down by Friday afternoon as scattered rain and snow will continue across parts of New Mexico. Temperatures will be much colder Friday afternoon across the state as well. This active, wet weather pattern continues for the next several days with widespread chances for rain and mostly mountain snow all the way into the end of next week.