September 14th, 2014 at 9:58 pm by chrisgilson under Weather
Rain Forecast for Friday
Hurricane Odile is a Category 3 with winds of 125 mph and continues to impact Mexico as of Sunday night. We will watch this tropical system as it’s remnants could impact us by the end of the week into next weekend. In the meantime, we are going to deal with another cold front. It isn’t as strong as the last one, but the front will work with the moisture that is in place to trigger storms. The central mountain chain and eastern New Mexico will be favored for storm activity on Monday and then central along with western New Mexico could get in on the action for Tuesday.
September 13th, 2014 at 9:45 pm by chrisgilson under Weather
Sunday’s Forecast Highs…
High temps on Saturday only made it into the upper 70s in the metro while areas like Roswell and Carlsbad were stuck in the 60s. Theses high temps are more typical for late September or even October! But, more seasonable temperatures will return for Sunday. That’s when high temps will break back into the 80s in the metro and highs will top out in the 70s in the southeast. Another cold front heads our way on Monday. Details on what that will bring on KRQE News 13.
September 12th, 2014 at 9:53 pm by Mark Ronchetti under Weather
What an unbelievable weather day across New Mexico. Here in the Albuquerque area we had 45 mile per hour winds late this afternoon carrying and sharply cooler air. It definitely feels like fall in the city with temperatures plunging down in the low 50s tonight.
The biggest story however was across southeastern New Mexico. areas of Eddy and Lea Counties picked up 5+ inches of rain thanks to a strong cold front in deep southerly moisture.
The storms will back off across the state for tomorrow. Southern New Mexico will have plenty of cloud cover and some showers but nothing like what we saw today. Here in the metro area fair amount of clouds will be had as well but we shouldn’t see much in the way of storms. Take a look at the image below it’s Doppler estimates of rainfall across the south today. The numbers are staggering.
September 12th, 2014 at 7:26 am by kassandracrimi under Weather
Some BIG changes are heading our way today! A cold front will bring cooler temperatures, windy skies, and a good chance for scattered showers and storms, favoring E, SE and SW portions of the state. Temperatures will hit the 60s and 70s in most locations, but far NE New Mexico will have highs ONLY in the 50s. Today: Partly cloudy and mostly cloudy, isol’d storms possible. Tonight: Mostly cloudy, colder, lows near 54°. We’ll have a colder start to the day tomorrow with cool and breezy afternoon skies. By the end of the weekend our temperatures will start to rebound and we’ll see highs back into the 80s.
September 11th, 2014 at 9:17 pm by Mark Ronchetti under Weather
The big story over the next 24 hours will be a powerful cold front rolling into eastern New Mexico. That front starts to move in tonight and works its way from east to west during the day tomorrow. As is the case with most of these fronts the biggest impact will be along the eastern plains. However, we will see some impact here in the metro in the form of gusty winds and cooler temperatures. We will drop 10° here in central sections. Across the east a 30° cooldown is likely.
As far as precipitation goes most of that will fall in eastern and southern sections of the state. If you’re looking for moisture in the metro it’s not gonna be all that easy to come by. We could see a spot storm or two but nothing too widespread. By Saturday temperatures begin to rebound with just a few showers across the south.
Take a look at the temperatures for tomorrow afternoon across the Northeast. We may have trouble getting out of the 40s.