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First Storm Of November Arrives Wednesday.

Valid At Noon On Wed Nov 2, 2011.
Valid At 6 PM MDT On Fri Nov 4, 2011.
Valid At 6 AM MDT Wed Nov 2, 2011.
Valid For Thursday Nov 3, 2011.

Two Storms Will Affect New Mexico This Week.

A weak cold front has pushed south of the local area this morning. The airmass associated with it is dry. Today's highs will range from the upper 60's to the low 70's. High temperatures will be a little warmer than seasonal normal's going into the first part of the week. Highs will range from 75 - 80 Monday into Wednesday.

Our first upper-level storm will arrive by Wednesday. It is currently forecast by the models to move across northern New Mexico. This northerly track should keep most of its moisture away from the local area. A cold front will drop southward into the local area Wednesday afternoon. This should knock our high temperatures back down into the 60's for Thursday.

A second and stronger upper-level storm is forecast to sweep across northern New Mexico on Friday. The winds aloft are forecast to be a little stronger with this one than they are with Wednesdays storm. Therefore, Friday's storm may produce stronger southwesterly winds ahead of it, as it approaches the local area Thursday and Friday. This storm also looks to be a dry one for SE NM.

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