Heavy snow fell over parts of southeastern New Mexico Thanksgiving Day and Friday

Heavy snow fell over parts of southeastern New Mexico Thanksgiving Day and Friday



Very quickly, as you can see from there. Good. Some natural snow will fall in that area over the next 48 hours or so. As you can see, we’re going to get the central and eastern parts of the state with increased snow across the region, and we start in the north, and then we go to the south, and there will be areas where it snows, particularly over the ages parts of New Mexico in those air conditions. And then we’ll see periods of snow on Thursday into Friday and at night as well. This is this low pressure system that will soon take over southern New Mexico and keep the snow still falling over parts of the state through Friday now. Let’s show you tomorrow morning if you go out towards the red zone trail or it could get some snow, the area does run through some higher terrain that will be fine for some skiers out there. But it will be breezy and cooler than a normal day across the midwestern parts of the state. Temperatures, 30s and 40s from Santa Fe to Albuquerque. You’ve made your travels as you take in the eastern part of the state, rain changed to snow from the right areas and I-40 and certainly along 285 lanes for Thursday in the temps checked on Friday. The system stops to the south and is maintained by periods of snow and snow accumulation. SO BETWEEN THURSDAY AND THROUGH NIGHT SATURDAY, FRIDAY IN THE DIET FRIDAY DIET POSSIBLE OBTAINING 2 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW, 8 TO 12 INCHES AROUND RUIDOSO IN THE CLOUD ZONE. But realizing this could change. And we’ll be showing the latest model prediction for you coming tonight at 10:00. But if you travel, get you here, and get the latest road conditions before you start drying out of state over the weekend. But that cold start will give way to daytime highs in the 40s, starting to climb a bit in the upper 40s by Saturday and Sunday around Farm before another system kicks in on Tuesday, with the temperature dropping occasionally. Snow showers around Socorro down in the Truth or Consequences zone will be in the 40’s in the 50’s, through Silver City and the winds increasing towards Tuesday of next week. southeast. Here is the problem area. The rain changes to sleet as temperatures drop on Friday with snow to pile up across the southeast of the state. So, yeah, we’re really worried. You make sure you have the latest road conditions, that you have that emergency kit before you head outside, and then more wind and temperatures on Tuesday. There will be some slow rides at times around the Raton Pass areas. Interstate 25, Interstate 40. So definitely be aware that some sleet, blizzard, and cold temperatures Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday get better. But winds increasing Monday through Tuesday with Tuesday. Eventually, these winds may gust in excess of 50 mph. By Tuesday, they’ll be from 90 to 37. I realize there will be some isolated snow showers and some snow blowing rain around the Santa Fe area. Only 38 degrees high and a cold morning with lower daytime highs and another system that will drop. The temperatures clear up bringing snow a few showers and by tuesday of the following week and then mostly skies thanks bliss and cold. So be prepared for that. A high of 45 degrees with some isolated snow, but most of it reaching our eastern region’s sunny and chilly start to a cold Black Friday afternoon. Then we’re going to bring it in in mild, dry conditions for Saturday. Sunday, 55 degrees. On Monday, then high temperatures, falling winds, and some isolated rain or snow showers, depending on the time of day. But yeah, losing one tomorrow

Heavy snow fell over parts of southeastern New Mexico Thanksgiving Day and Friday

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