NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A cold front will surge westward overnight, bringing a strong canyon wind into the Albuquerque metro.
Cloud cover still lingers in eastern New Mexico behind a cold front. This front will push west tonight, bringing wind gusts up to 55 mph into the Albuquerque area. This front will also bring a surge of moisture into western New Mexico giving way to cloudy skies by Wednesday morning.
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Clouds erode Wednesday afternoon as high pressure builds in into the end of the week. Despite the high pressure, southerly winds will keep moisture moving into New Mexico. A weak disturbance will move in Friday and Saturday and will bring another chance for rain and storms across central and eastern parts of the state.