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NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A record amount of monsoon moisture is moving into New Mexico on Wednesday, bringing the potential for heavy rainfall. High pressure is still building up over northern New Mexico today, which means that the chances of storms remain isolated mainly in the high terrain. This high pressure area will slide eastward by Wednesday and will have a record amount of monsoon moisture behind it by Wednesday evening. This will set the stage for widespread showers and thunderstorms in western and central New Mexico as residual moisture from Hurricane Nora penetrates the state. Expect heavier rainfall on the Albuquerque subway between 7:00 PM and 9:00 PM

The monsoon humidity will continue to push east through Thursday and Friday and will persist throughout the weekend. This will keep the daily afternoon rain and storm odds for much of the state through Labor Day.

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