Albuquerque, NM has not seen any measurable precipitation for 68 days! No rain, no snow for over 2 months.
This dry stretch started all the way back in early October.
— NWS Albuquerque (@NWSAlbuquerque) December 13, 2017
This dry stretch could potentially end this weekend. A weak upper-level disturbance could give some rain and snow to the north but a more substantial system could move in late weekend. This upper low could bring a shot of precipitation for Albuquerque.
Until then, this is the 18th longest dry stretch since records began in 1891. The longest period stretch of consecutive dry days for Albuquerque was 109 days back in 1902.