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Widely Scattered Rain Showers & T-Storms Possible.






A weak upper-level trough of low pressure will slide across the area tomorrow. At the surface, a weak cold front will also move eastward across New Mexico. An increase in low and mid-level moisture, as well as lift and instability, will help to fire up a few isolated to widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms tonight into Sunday. Our best chances for getting wet will occur on Sunday. 

Today's highs will be close to seasonal normals with readings in the mid 60's expected. Sunday and Monday will be a little warmer with highs in the the mid 70's. Tuesday's highs are forecast to be in the low 70's, and Wednesday's highs in the upper 60's to low 70's.

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