Steve Stucker: More storms likely, warm temps continue
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Some storms are likely in south-central and southeastern New Mexico, between I-25 and I-40 near the Texas state line, after storms have been largely impacting northeastern parts of the state.
In some places, such as Quay County and just north of Tucumcari, winds, rain and hail have impacted the area. Those conditions are likely Wednesday in the areas farther south.
Temperatures will still remain warm, well into the 90s and in the 100s in southern parts of the state. Get ready, though, as the furnace will be clicking up a notch this weekend when triple-digit temperatures are likely throughout the state.
Steve Stucker has the full forecast. Click the video above to view the forecast.