Cloud cover increased overnight with a few sprinkles this morning. Current radar:
TODAY: Activity moving across New Mexico will continue to push east and bring a chance for showers and storms this afternoon. Some storms may become strong producing some smaller hail and high gusts. Not everyone will get rain, but we all will be dealing with a breezy southwest wind 15-25mph. High near 70, clouds and rain will clear later in the day from west to east.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear with the low near 41.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY: The first of 2 fronts will move into the area early with cloud cover increasing again. Some light showers early Thursday, then a better chance for wide spread rain late Thursday and early Friday. Then the second front clears the precipitation out before noon Friday with a partly sunny sky. Highs will drop to the 50s with the first front, then 40s and low 50s Friday. Night time temperatures will be close to freezing for some short lived mixed precipitation to our north, no travel concerns with this activity.
EXTENDED: This weekend will be nice with lots of sunshine and highs in the 60s. The morning will be cold with freezing temperatures possible Saturday. Another front dropping highs and bringing a the strong wind back early Tuesday.
Have a great Wednesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.