Isolated storms and hotter temperatures around New Mexico

Isolated storms and hotter temperatures around New Mexico

Tuesday morning is off to a dry start, but there is patchy, dense fog in Clayton and light fog in Clovis. The fog will lift by mid-morning. Skies will be mostly sunny this morning, with increasing clouds during the afternoon and evening. Storms will develop in the mountains across the state during the early afternoon, moving southeast into the adjacent lower terrain.

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We cannot rule out an isolated storm in the Metro during the afternoon and evening. Heaviest storms will be in the northern mountains and northeast highlands, and one or two of the storms could be severe, with damaging wind, hail and a tornado. Temperatures will heat up back to normal today, with highs in the 80s and 90s for most of the state.

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