Temperatures will be warmer today, but will still remain below normal. Breezy afternoon winds will continue, especially along the I- 40 corridor near Clines Corners. Courtesy of the NWS.
Unusually hot weather will dominate the area through the holiday weekend with Labor Day expected to experience widespread near record or record heat.
Expect another hot one today, with highs above to well above normal. A few showers or storms are possible southeast and far northeast late day and will favor strong/erratic wind gusts. Courtesy NWS.
Record or near-record heat can be expected today with the hottest temperatures yet for most locales. Similar to Friday, isolated showers and thunderstorms will dot the landscape of mainly southwest and northeast New Mexico. Courtesy NWS.
Dry, warm, and breezy to windy conditions are forecast for Saturday. The strong winds and low humidity in the eastern plains will create critical fire weather conditions. Courtesy/NWS.
Red Flag Warning in effect for the Northeast Highlands this afternoon until early evening, including Las Vegas and Raton. Courtesy NWS.
Ingredients will come together for critical fire weather conditions on Tuesday. Remember to heed the following safety practices to help mitigate wildfires. #OneLessSpark. Courtesy/NWS.
Even more widespread critical fire weather is forecast Thursday afternoon, reaching into the middle Rio Grande Valley.
Today will be dry, warm, and breezy to windy for much of the state. Lots of high clouds will be accompanied by some virga showers across western and central New Mexico, producing locally erratic gusty winds.
Critical fire weather concerns return Wednesday and more so Thursday as breezy to windy conditions combine with above normal warmth and very low humidity through eastern New Mexico. Courtesy/NWS