Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-10-22 15:17:27 –
New Mexico (KRQE) – This has been seen before … the weather will be mild and refreshing over the weekend before the big storm on Tuesday. This was done two weeks ago and almost the same timeline is running again. High clouds will continue to rise as temperatures rise several degrees on Friday. As the air sinks, compresses, and warms, we see the hottest temperatures east of the mountains. In places such as Santa Rosa, Roswell and Tucumcari, the highest value reaches close to 80. By Saturday, the winds will begin to intensify as a weak storm hits us far north. Gusts are expected to blow in the range of 25-35 mph on Saturdays and Sundays. This is because the high temperature floated in the RGV from the mid to the first half of the 1970s.
Coming Tuesday, we’ll be seeing a pretty big impact storm again. There will be a very strong wind as the jet stream passes through the state. It is expected that a gust of wind will fall at 50-60 mph on Tuesday afternoon, causing rain and snow to flicker in the northern mountains. Behind the cold front, cold air will spill southward in the middle of next week.
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