More Showers?June 11th, 2014 at 8:28 pm by Mark Ronchetti under Weather
A weak weather disturbance passing through the mountain west today helped to crank up winds. Most of those winds originated from decaying thunderstorms west of the city. Gusts topped up 50 miles an hour and blew a lot of dust throughout most of the Albuquerque area.
Clouds also helped keep a lid on temperatures. We topped out in 80s in the metro area when we had forecasted highs in the low 90s. For tomorrow the big story becomes a cold front nudging into the northeast. This front will help touch Off scattered thunderstorms across the northeast and central sections of the state.
A renewed chance of showers emerges for the metro area coming up on Friday. Models differ on the extent but all show at least some moisture sliding up from the south Friday afternoon