Forecast: Dry and sunny by day; rainy and cooler by night

Forecast: Dry and sunny by day; rainy and cooler by night

Forecast: Dry and sunny by day; rainy and cooler by night

Sunshine and near 0% rain chances ought to be the rule for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. with daytime temperatures in the 50s and 60s. The weekend features lots of sunshine and more seasonable afternoons with generally light winds.

Mostly fair skies should continue Wednesday night. While there's no truly cold air behind our cold front, temperatures will ease back closer to 50 degrees later Wednesday and that's where we should top out for Thursday as well.

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Next weekend will remain nice with great weather to get outside! These clouds will filter the sunshine with a few isolated sprinkles possible across northern and western New Mexico. Highs will reach the low-mid 60s with partly cloudy skies on Monday. These few showers will be because of southerly winds returning. Another cold front is making its way to Louisiana, and this time, the front should be much stronger. A cold front, which will trigger the pattern change, may bring some rain showers by the middle of next week before the colder air arrives thereafter.

Scattered showers, especially in the morning hours. Clear skies will stick around this morning and early afternoon, but more clouds will move back into the area this evening. Then overnight, temperatures will fall to the mid 40s. High: Mid-upper 40s. Temperatures will also be much cooler. Also expect daily highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s - slightly above the average of 64 - and Thursday morning lows mainly in the 40s.

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