Kristen Currie, KRQE News 13

Kristen Currie

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Kristen:

El Niño: The history and impacts

The probabilities of an El Niño pattern becoming established by the end of this summer are slowly increasing. KXAN Meteorologist Kristen Currie looks back at the history and impacts of past El Niños. → Read More

What are ‘dark sky communities’? Where are they in Texas?

Central Texas lies within the main corridor of North American bird migration with flocks of aviators flying south for the winter and vice versa for the summer. → Read More

Kristen’s Monday Morning Forecast

MONDAY: Lingering showers will clear late morning giving way to a mostly sunny afternoon. A few spot storms may redevelop in far northeastern and eastern NM late day, however, coverage will be extremely limited (few & far between with today’s storm chances). Afternoon temps will be warmer than what was felt over the weekend as […] → Read More

Kristen’s 4th of July Evening Forecast

THURSDAY NIGHT: A warm and clear night for firework viewing in western and central NM. The exception to the nice holiday evening weather will be far eastern NM where spotty storms will linger through 9-10PM. Be cautious of lightning, brief heavy rain & small hail with developing storms near the TX/NM stateline. Overnight lows will […] → Read More

UNM program aims to assist with migrant health

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Health officials at the University of New Mexico are hard at work designing a program to help treat sick migrants. According to the Albuquerque Journal, they are working on training as part of their ECHO Program (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). The program is designed to provide healthcare services and expertise […] → Read More

Kristen’s Monday Morning Forecast

MONDAY: A nice start to the work week with afternoon highs in the 70s, 80s and 90s under a mostly sunny sky. The majority of us will stay dry, warm and sunny — the exception: a few isolated storms near Raton (although, most of us this will be on the other side of the stateline […] → Read More

Kristen’s Friday Morning Forecast

FRIDAY: A smoky start to the day as smoke from fires in Arizona and western New Mexico continue to get pulled in by upper level southwest winds. A large portion of the haze comes from smoke being dragged in from the Woodbury Fire burning just east of Phoenix. For those who are easily irritated by […] → Read More

Kristen’s Thursday Morning Forecast

THURSDAY: A hot day ahead with afternoon highs climbing well into the 80s, 90s and low 100s. The heat will be the big story as storms look to stay out of the state. Winds will be breezy at times (15MPH) out of the southwest. Thursday will be a good day to hit the pool or […] → Read More

Kristen’s Wednesday Morning Forecast

WEDNESDAY: A quiet and warm start to the day with morning temps in the 50s, 60s and 70s under a mostly clear sky. Afternoon temperatures will climb well into the 80s, 90s and low 100s – near to just above average for most locales. Dry westerly flow will give way to a mostly sunny sky […] → Read More

Kristen’s Tuesday Morning Forecast

TUESDAY: Most of New Mexico will be warmer and drier Tuesday afternoon with more sunshine and warmer temps compared to Monday. The exception to that rule will be northern and northeastern NM where lingering storms are still possible. There’s also potential for another round of strong to severe storms in the Northeast Plains — top […] → Read More

Kristen’s Monday Morning Forecast

MONDAY: Gulf moisture will help fuel scattered storms over northern, central and eastern NM Monday afternoon/evening. There is potential for storms to be strong to severe east of the Central Mountains — top threats: large hail and damaging winds. Afternoon temps will be comfortable but a few degrees below normal for this time of year. […] → Read More

Explora Summer Camps

Summer is here and Explora is offering camps for kids ages 12-15. → Read More

Kindred Spirits Animal Sanctuary

There is no better way to thank our pets for their love and loyalty than by giving them the tender care they need at the end of their lives. However, many senior dogs, horses and other pets end up being abandoned when they need comfort the most. → Read More

Claws and Paws Rescue Information

It's kitten season. Claws and Paws Rescue stopped the KRQE Studio Friday to talk about kitten season and pet adoption. → Read More

'Under His Construction' Information

Sometimes people in society who might be considered "lost causes," need a second chance to build a better life through education, hard work and responsibility. → Read More

Albuquerque Survey: Reasons people stay

You may have heard about "Brain Drain" and that people leaving Albuquerque for more lucrative economies. What are the reasons people are staying in the Duke City? → Read More

Explora Events

There's always something fun happening at Explora for children, teens and adults. → Read More

NMDOG Information

NMDOG is an all-volunteer dog rescue. It was established in 2011 and helps dogs that need the most help across New Mexico. → Read More

Charlie Five Information

Horses are gentle and majestic creatures by nature. Charlie Five Inc., is a federally registered nonprofit organization that provided gentle equines and equine training to veterans. → Read More

Tennis & Swimming Program

It's almost summer and if you can't swim, the city has some great options just for you. They even have some tennis lessons being offered. → Read More