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Tonight 9/24 | A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible across the southern high terrain through early evening. A back...
09/24/2021

Tonight 9/24 | A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible across the southern high terrain through early evening. A backdoor front will begin making its way into NE NM, bringing brief canyon winds to the RGV early Saturday morning. Meanwhile, a low off of Baja California will make slow progress towards the state and increasing precipitation chances by early next week.

Temperatures will continue to warm above normal today, with a few showers and thunderstorms favoring the south central a...
09/24/2021

Temperatures will continue to warm above normal today, with a few showers and thunderstorms favoring the south central and southwest mountains. Saturday will be much of the same, although storm coverage will gradually expand eastward. Storms probably won't make it into the ABQ metro area, but gusty outflow winds up to 30 mph could affect late afternoon/early evening outdoor activities.

Tonight 9/23 | A few sprinkles (and maybe even a dry thunderstorm) will be possible through early evening across portion...
09/23/2021

Tonight 9/23 | A few sprinkles (and maybe even a dry thunderstorm) will be possible through early evening across portions of southwest and west central NM. Overnight lows will be a few degrees warmer than last night's readings due to the increased cloud cover.

Dry and warm conditions continue through the end of the week, then precipitation chances begin to increase early next week.

Thursday, September 23Batches of high cirrus clouds will continue to move over much of northern and central New Mexico t...
09/23/2021

Thursday, September 23
Batches of high cirrus clouds will continue to move over much of northern and central New Mexico today. Temperatures will climb above average and winds will tend to be light to moderately breezy. The prospects for any showers or thunderstorms are very low today, but if anything does develop it will likely be found over the west central to southwestern mountains of New Mexico.

Quiet conditions are expected tonight across northern and central NM.  Definitely not to shabby for the first night of a...
09/23/2021

Quiet conditions are expected tonight across northern and central NM. Definitely not to shabby for the first night of astronomical fall!

Quiet conditions are expected tonight across northern and central NM. Definitely not to shabby for the first night of astronomical fall!

Wednesday, September 22Happy Autumnal Equinox! Today is the first day of astronomical fall. Today the length of daylight...
09/22/2021

Wednesday, September 22

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Today is the first day of astronomical fall. Today the length of daylight is 12 hours along with 12 hours of darkness, and the length of daylight will continue to decrease each day through the winter solstice.

Clear skies, dry conditions, and warmer temperatures are expected
across northern and central New Mexico today. Breezy conditions will develop in the eastern plains.

Temperatures will remain near to slightly above average through the remainder of the week with a bleak outlook for precipitation.

A dry cold front has entered most of New Mexico, and temperatures will be notably cooler today with daytime highs runnin...
09/21/2021

A dry cold front has entered most of New Mexico, and temperatures will be notably cooler today with daytime highs running below average in central to eastern areas of the state. Some gusty winds this morning will gradually relax into the afternoon.

Breezy conditions will develop this afternoon, especially over northern New Mexico. Temperatures will be a few degrees c...
09/20/2021

Breezy conditions will develop this afternoon, especially over northern New Mexico. Temperatures will be a few degrees cooler in western, central, and northeastern New Mexico, however hot conditions will persist in east central to southeastern parts of the state.

Today 9/19 | Showers and a few thunderstorms will continue to impact the northwest half of the state today. Little to no...
09/19/2021

Today 9/19 | Showers and a few thunderstorms will continue to impact the northwest half of the state today. Little to no precipitation is expected, with gusty, erratic winds being the main concern. Highs today will still be above normal across the state, with near record temps expected across east central and southeast areas. A strong cold front arrives on Tuesday, making it feel more like fall. The cooling will be short-lived and we'll be back to warm, dry conditions.

Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms this weekend may result in more wind than rain, but we'll take whatever ...
09/18/2021

Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms this weekend may result in more wind than rain, but we'll take whatever rainfall we can get. Otherwise, still expecting cooler temperatures for Monday and especially Tuesday!

Talk about a broken record... The Albuquerque Sunport hit 90° once again today, the 12th day in a row. This establishes ...
09/17/2021

Talk about a broken record... The Albuquerque Sunport hit 90° once again today, the 12th day in a row. This establishes a new record for the month of September (tied with 1979). A cold front is still forecast for Tuesday when temperatures will finally cool closer to normal for mid September.

Talk about a broken record... The Albuquerque Sunport hit 90° once again today, the 12th day in a row. This establishes a new record for the month of September (tied with 1979). A cold front is still forecast for Tuesday when temperatures will finally cool closer to normal for mid September.

Gusty winds are expected this morning across northeast New Mexico as a cold front races into the area.  Wind gusts near ...
09/17/2021

Gusty winds are expected this morning across northeast New Mexico as a cold front races into the area. Wind gusts near 45 mph are likely and temperatures will cool several degrees. Elsewhere, above normal temps will continue through the weekend, but a taste of autumn is still in store for Tuesday. Also, spotty showers and thunderstorms are possible this weekend. How much precipitation? Well, wet pavement may be hard to come by in most locations.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Western Region has launched the “Picture Climate Change'' student ph...
09/16/2021

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Western Region has launched the “Picture Climate Change'' student photo contest and is looking for images that showcase climate change in the western United States. This photo contest is a chance for students to showcase their climate change experience through the lens of a camera, and to provide a short written narrative.

The narrative is meant to highlight the student’s climate change photo and provides the student a chance to add a short story about how the climate variability or change captured within their image has or will impact their local community and future.

Please help us spread the word about this contest so we can see and hear the voices of our nation’s students! Details available here and in the attached flyer.

For more information about NOAA’s efforts to help people understand and prepare for climate variability and change, visit noaa.gov/climate.

https://www.noaa.gov/regional-collaboration-network/regions-western/student-photo-contest

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Western Region has launched the “Picture Climate Change'' student photo contest and is looking for images that showcase climate change in the western United States. This photo contest is a chance for students to showcase their climate change experience through the lens of a camera, and to provide a short written narrative.

The narrative is meant to highlight the student’s climate change photo and provides the student a chance to add a short story about how the climate variability or change captured within their image has or will impact their local community and future.

Please help us spread the word about this contest so we can see and hear the voices of our nation’s students! Details available here and in the attached flyer.

For more information about NOAA’s efforts to help people understand and prepare for climate variability and change, visit noaa.gov/climate.

https://www.noaa.gov/regional-collaboration-network/regions-western/student-photo-contest

If you're enjoying the heat -- phew! That's good because there's more of it today.  If you're not -- don't worry. Its da...
09/16/2021

If you're enjoying the heat -- phew! That's good because there's more of it today. If you're not -- don't worry. Its days are numbered.

The story continues to be hot and mostly dry -- at least until Tuesday when it might actually cool down!?? Cross your fi...
09/15/2021

The story continues to be hot and mostly dry -- at least until Tuesday when it might actually cool down!?? Cross your fingers! 🤞

Tonight 9/14 | A few showers and thunderstorms will continue to move east to southeast across NE NM through the evening....
09/14/2021

Tonight 9/14 | A few showers and thunderstorms will continue to move east to southeast across NE NM through the evening. A couple of these storms may be strong to severe storm, with large hail and strong winds being the main threats.

Near-record heat will continue through the weekend, but a significant cold front may arrive by Tuesday! Spotty precipitation chances are in the forecast over the next 7 days, with any storms producing more wind than rain.

We've paused the broken record regarding the heat, to bring you news that thunderstorms will return to the forecast toda...
09/14/2021

We've paused the broken record regarding the heat, to bring you news that thunderstorms will return to the forecast today, but mainly for northeast and east central New Mexico. A few strong to severe storms with hail and gusty winds are also possible.

Also...It's going to be hot.

Tonight 9/13 |  We're starting to sound like a broken record here.. but above normal temperatures will continue through ...
09/13/2021

Tonight 9/13 | We're starting to sound like a broken record here.. but above normal temperatures will continue through the week with mostly dry conditions. A front on Tuesday should help to generate thunderstorms along and east of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. A few storms could become strong to severe across the northeastern portion of the state with hail and strong winds.

Otherwise, tonight will feature above normal lows (once again) and breezy conditions across the east through the evening.

At this point, how else can we say this? It's going to be hot again today, and yes, more daily temperatures records will...
09/13/2021

At this point, how else can we say this? It's going to be hot again today, and yes, more daily temperatures records will be challenged. In fact, hot temperatures will continue through this upcoming week. A front on Tuesday will help develop a few storms in the northeast, but otherwise, dry weather is ahead.

Tonight 9/12 | Another quiet night is in store for the Land of Enchantment, with overnight lows varying from near normal...
09/12/2021

Tonight 9/12 | Another quiet night is in store for the Land of Enchantment, with overnight lows varying from near normal up to a few degrees above normal. Cloud cover will decrease across north central and west central areas after sunset.

High temperatures will continue to be near to above normal through the week, even with a brief cooldown on Tuesday and Wednesday. A few showers and thunderstorms will be possible along and east of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains Tuesday afternoon and evening.

09/12/2021
HRRR smoke forecast

The HRRR smoke forecast shows gradual improvement over NM thru Monday and Tuesday.

Yep, it's going to be hot again today. Isolated storms will be possible across the northern Sangres, but little in the w...
09/12/2021

Yep, it's going to be hot again today. Isolated storms will be possible across the northern Sangres, but little in the way of measurable precipitation is expected. Dry conditions continue for most with hazy skies. Despite a cold front's best efforts on Tuesday, temperatures will remain above normal all this week. That front will help develop a few storms across the northeast Tuesday, but precipitation chances aren't good for anybody else next week.

Tonight 9/11 | Overnight lows will stay within a few degrees of normal. A few thunderstorms may be possible between Rato...
09/12/2021

Tonight 9/11 | Overnight lows will stay within a few degrees of normal. A few thunderstorms may be possible between Raton and Capulin through early evening, most of which will produce very little precipitation.

High temperatures will continue to be near to above normal through the week, with Wednesday being the "coolest" day of the week for many locations. Most chances for precipitation will be near the Colorado border Tuesday afternoon and evening, otherwise dry conditions will prevail.

Hot, hot, hot. Yet more daily temperature records will be challenged today as well above normal highs continue for the L...
09/11/2021

Hot, hot, hot. Yet more daily temperature records will be challenged today as well above normal highs continue for the Land of Enchantment. Well above normal temperatures for mid-September continue over the next several days. Dry conditions are ahead for most although a front on Tuesday may offer a few lucky folks in the northeast a chance at rain.

Hot is the word of the day. Many locations will likely break daily record temperatures. Unfortunately, the heat isn't go...
09/10/2021

Hot is the word of the day. Many locations will likely break daily record temperatures. Unfortunately, the heat isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Near record to record breaking temperatures continue through the weekend. Temperatures *slightly* cooldown next week, but will still remain well above normal for mid-September. Meanwhile, dry conditions are in store for most. Stay cool and hydrated!

A quiet night is in store for the Land of Enchantment. Record to near record breaking heat remains on tap through early ...
09/08/2021

A quiet night is in store for the Land of Enchantment. Record to near record breaking heat remains on tap through early next week.

09/08/2021

Lookin' hazy today? Smoke from California wildfires is moving around high pressure over the Great Basin and into NM from the northeast. The haze is likely to stick around Thursday as well.

Tuesday evening, September 7thIt was hot today! Clayton and Tucumcari both tied their daily record highs for September 7...
09/08/2021

Tuesday evening, September 7th
It was hot today! Clayton and Tucumcari both tied their daily record highs for September 7th: 95°F at Clayton and 100°F at Tucumcari!

Record highs for both of these locations were previously set just last year in 2020.

Tuesday evening, September 7th
It was hot today! Clayton and Tucumcari both tied their daily record highs for September 7th: 95°F at Clayton and 100°F at Tucumcari!

Record highs for both of these locations were previously set just last year in 2020.

Quiet weather conditions are in store tonight and will continue through the remainder of the week as well. Temperatures ...
09/07/2021

Quiet weather conditions are in store tonight and will continue through the remainder of the week as well. Temperatures will soar to near to record breaking values. Stay cool and hydrated!

Since we are in for a possible long stretch of 90°+ days in Albuquerque, we thought it would be good to look at some sta...
09/06/2021

Since we are in for a possible long stretch of 90°+ days in Albuquerque, we thought it would be good to look at some statistics for September! 2020, 2019, and 2018 are all included in this list. Let's see if we add 2021.

Since we are in for a possible long stretch of 90°+ days in Albuquerque, we thought it would be good to look at some statistics for September! 2020, 2019, and 2018 are all included in this list. Let's see if we add 2021.

Isolated storms will persist across portions of eastern NM, but will diminish after midnight. Low clouds and patchy fog ...
09/06/2021

Isolated storms will persist across portions of eastern NM, but will diminish after midnight. Low clouds and patchy fog will likely redevelop tonight across the east. Otherwise, a quiet weather night is ahead elsewhere. Drier air overtakes the area starting tomorrow which will lead to dry, hot conditions this week.

Locally heavy rainfall was reported again today with some really hefty totals around Roswell, Edgewood, Mountainair, San...
09/05/2021

Locally heavy rainfall was reported again today with some really hefty totals around Roswell, Edgewood, Mountainair, San Pablo, Datil, and Mogollon!

Locally heavy rainfall was reported again today with some really hefty totals around Roswell, Edgewood, Mountainair, San Pablo, Datil, and Mogollon!

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue through the overnight hours across portions of eastern and southern N...
09/05/2021

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue through the overnight hours across portions of eastern and southern NM. One more day with scattered storms is expected to end the weekend, but drier air overtakes the state starting Monday. The monsoon takes a break and temperatures will warm.

Scattered to numerous showers and storms today will produce locally heavy rainfall once again. A back door cold front mo...
09/04/2021

Scattered to numerous showers and storms today will produce locally heavy rainfall once again. A back door cold front moving southwest through eastern NM will spread storm chances farther north compared to the past few days. There is a marginal risk for excessive rainfall along and south of the I-40 corridor. Keep an eye to the sky if enjoying outdoor activities today. Stay away from arroyos and flooded roadways.

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So what happened? Earlier today, the forecast was for 60%-70% chance of rain (in Central N.M.) for the Wednesday/Thursday timeframe. Now the POP is close to zero. What changed?
I live in Albuquerque and now am 110% convinced of climate change.... not a single cloud or even a chance of rain during the 10 days of the State Fair !! LOL 😄. Question: Is there data available to tell us how many years it did rain during the State Fair?
Rio Rancho sunset; 09/11/2021. So beautiful it looks like a painting.
When will the late fall-winter precipitation forecast be published?
My rain total for Roswell nm could u help me how much rain I got
South side in Roswell nm at 352 pm
Rio Rancho, 09/01/2021. Photo credit: Diana Garringer
This was in Fort Sumner Valley yesterday on Highway 272!
Storms approaching Fort Sumner Airport! Peak gust 52 mph!
The Sandias sure took a pounding on the night of the 2nd. Thought y'all might enjoy this image of it.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect this afternoon through tonight across northeast New Mexico, along and east of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Slow moving thunderstorms will be capable of producing rain at rates near 1 inch per half hour. Remember: turn around so you don't drown when you encounter flood waters. Most flash flood deaths occur in automobiles.