Calm and plesant conditions are expected throughout Tuesday and Tuesday night, but changes come to our weather on Wedneday.
For today we are going to see more seasonal temperatures, meaning forecast highs will be back in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Winds will be variable and light throughout the day and into our overnight. But that will all change as soon as Wedneday as we are tracking our next cold front and storm system.
A weak backdoor cold front will come in overnight, meaning temperatures will drop 5°-8° on Wednesday.
A storm system with low pressure coming from our west will not only increase rain chances, but also the possibilty for thunderstorms.
As of right now it looks that we will see more widespread showers and isolated thuderstorms, espcially west of Deming.
Rain chances will increase to 30% on Wedneday night after 5 p.m. but the chance for thunderstorms will increase around midnight.
As this storm system moves its way in, we will see increased wind speeds as well. Winds are looking to gust to 40 mph on Wednesday and 30 mph on Thursday.