High Clouds & Mild.




A weak cold front will works its way across the area today. Mid and high level clouds are on the increase as well, so we can expect our afternoon high temps today and Saturday to be about ten degrees cooler than yesterday's readings. Most of SE NM will see highs today and Saturday in the low-mid 60's, and the mid-upper 60's on Sunday. As the cloud cover thickens there may be a few isolated rain showers roaming around Sunday, and perhaps even a few clasp of thunder. Our chances for seeing measurable rainfall is only 10% so don't get too excited. 

An early look at our Thanksgiving Day weather next week indicates that it should be mild with highs in the 70's. 

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