September 1st, 2014 at 5:06 pm by John Smith under Weather
The sunny skies and hot temperatures will continue as you go back to work Tuesday. Afternoon highs will run 5° – 15° above average Tuesday afternoon. Albuquerque will hit the low 90s, while the south continues to flirt with triple digit heat.
The area of high pressure sitting over the state now will shift east by the end of the week. That will allow for modest moisture flow from the south, leading to scattered afternoon storms by Thursday and Friday. Over the weekend, additional moisture and lift will arrive in the northeast courtesy of a back door cold front.
As moisture returns to the state, temperatures will come back down. Albuquerque will return to the low 80s by the end of the weekend and start of next week. The southeast will drop back to the upper 80s!
Hot and dry weather will continue through at least midweek.
August 30th, 2014 at 8:50 pm by chrisgilson under Weather
Another hot day is ahead for Sunday and it is going to be even hotter than it was on your Saturday. Albuquerque will break into the 90s while the southeast hits the triple digits. Roswell, Artesia, and Carlsbad will all be within 2-3° of their record high temps that were set back in 2011. Socorro will also come close to its record of 98°. The forecast right now is for 97°. So stay cool while you enjoy the rest of the Labor Day Holiday weekend!
August 29th, 2014 at 6:38 am by kassandracrimi under Weather
Mostly sunny and warm for your Friday afternoon. Overall, it’s going to be a great day! The beautiful weather will rollover into the weekend as well. Today, mostly sunny, highs nears 87°. Tonight, mostly clear, lows near 64°. Keep in mind tonight is the burning of Old Man Gloom in Santa Fe and it will be beautiful. At 6pm tonight in Santa Fe the temperature will be 76°, winds: SW 8 mph, mostly sunny skies and at 9pm tonight temperature will be 65°, winds: S 7 mph, partly cloudy.
August 28th, 2014 at 3:04 pm by John Smith under Weather
The storm system that brought showers and storms Tuesday and Wednesday is now leaving Colorado. Behind it, drier air is setting up for the next several days. Expect lots of sunshine with temperatures still on the cooler side Friday afternoon.
Saturday remains quiet, but temperatures slowly start to warm through the weekend. By Sunday and Labor Day Monday, afternoon highs in Albuquerque will reach the low 90s. Meanwhile, the southeast will warm into the upper 90s. A few locations could push 100°!
Another storm will pass even farther to our north during the day Sunday. Showers are unlikely across most of the state. However, winds will be elevated during the day Sunday, making for a breezy afternoon.
Quiet weather into the holiday weekend with gradually warming temps.
August 28th, 2014 at 7:18 am by kassandracrimi under Weather
After a pleasantly cool start we will see a beautiful day for much of the state. It will be partly cloudy, warm and dry…for most. A few isolated showers and storms will remain possible in NE parts of the state and parts of the N. Mtns. The limited and localized rain chance that we have today will drop out of the forecast tomorrow. Statewide we’ll have mostly sunny and dry skies. Today, partly cloudy and warm, highs near 85°. Tonight, mostly clear and cool, lows near 61°.