Drier air is making a return to New Mexico and that means temperatures are going to be sky rocketing above average. The metro will be in the 90s over the next few days while the southeast will be sitting in the triple digits. So if you are going to be trying to enjoy the outdoors, you want to make sure you have the sunscreen and drink plenty of water while taking frequent breaks. The above average temps also means the fire danger will be going up for parts of the state for the upcoming week.
Explore new films, events and exclusive premieres during the Albuquerque Film and Media Experience.
The week-long event will take place throughout the city featuring films in several genres, after parties and concerts.
The event begins Sunday June 1, 2014 and will run through Sunday June 8th, 2014.
Tickets are available online.
To see a complete list of events visit abqfilmexperience.com
Local vendors will be present for Saturday event.
Doors open at 6:00 a.m. May 31 and the game starts at 7:00 at the Heights Community Center.
Those planning to attend the event must bring their own chair.
The event is open to all ages.
A $5 donation is suggested.
For more information about the event visit dukcityderby.com.
Some storms will continue for the next few hours this evening in Eastern New Mexico before we start to clear things out overnight. There’s only a slight chance for a few isolated storms on Saturday. They’ll be confined to the mountains and the northeast once again. After Saturday, dry air really takes hold of New Mexico’s weather and we will start to heat things up. Temperatures will be 10-15° above average for the beginning of the week. Highs will top out in the 90s in Albuquerque and the triple digits in southeastern New Mexico by Sunday.
ABQ RIDE’s 66 Late Night is swinging into service.
Starting tonight, May 30, 2014, service on Route #66-Central will be extended by one hour, with the last trips ending at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays until September 20, 2014.
66 Late Night uses Route #66-Central buses, which run from ABQ RIDE’s Park & Ride at Tramway and Wenonah all the way to the Central and Unser Transit Center. Riders along Central can access four of Albuquerque’s main entertainment districts- Old Town, Downtown, Nob Hill and East Central by using the #66 and do so at later hours.
66 Late Night runs every 30 minutes, with the last pickups through Downtown at about 1:00 a.m. The fare is $1 per trip.