NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Cooler air and clouds still sit across southeastern New Mexico Wednesday, but warmer weather will move in Thursday as the cold front finally pushes west tonight.
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A slight canyon wind has developed in the Albuquerque area tonight, with gusts between 20 and 30 mph. The biggest drop in temperatures from this front on Thursday will be in southwestern New Mexico.
A ridge of high pressure will begin to build back into the state Friday through the weekend, warming temperatures through Sunday. A storm system will pass to our north by the middle of next week that will likely bring back windier weather and cooler temperatures.