Heavy snowfall over parts of Southeast New Mexico Thanksgiving and Friday

Heavy snowfall over parts of Southeast New Mexico Thanksgiving and Friday



PRETTY FAST AS YOU SEE IT PRESS THERE. WELL. SOME NATURAL SNOW WILL FALL IN THIS AREA IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS. AS YOU CAN SEE, WE WILL HAVE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE WITH THE INCREASE IN SNOW IN THE AREA, WE WILL START IN THE NORTH, GO SOUTH, THERE WILL BE AREAS WITH SNOW MOUNTAINS, ESPECIALLY ABOUT EAST PORTIONS OF NEW MEXICO IN THIS WINDY AIR CONDITIONING. AND THEN WE SEE SNOW TIMES FROM THURSDAY TO FRIDAY AND ALSO INTO THE NIGHT. SO HERE’S THIS DROP LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM THAT WILL TAKE PROXIMITY TO SOUTH NEW MEXICO AND CARRY THE SNOW ACROSS PARTS OF THE STATE BY FRIDAY. LET’S SHOW YOU TOMORROW TOMORROW IF YOU GO TOWARDS RED ZONE PASS OR THERE COULD BE SOME SNOW THE AREA LIKE SNOW THROUGH SOME OF THE HIGHER TERRAIN THAT WOULD BE GOOD FOR SOME OF THE SKIERS. BUT IT WILL BE A WINDIER AND COLDER THAN NORMAL DAY IN THE CENTRAL WESTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES, THE 1930’S AND 1940’S FROM SANTA FE TO ALBUQUERQUE. THEY HAVE MADE THEIR JOURNEYS TO REACH THE EASTERN PART OF THE STATE, RAIN IS GROWING TO SNOW FROM THE AREAS TO THE RIGHT AND I-40 AND CERTAINLY ALONG THE 285 CORRIDOR WHICH IS FOR THURSDAY GOING INTO FRIDAY THE TEMPERATURES DROPPED INTO THE thirties THE SYSTEM STANDS SOUTH STILL AND CONTINUES TO THROW SNOW TIMES AND ACCUMULATION OF SNOW. BETWEEN THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT, FRIDAY THROUGH FRIDAY THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME OF THE LOWER ALTITUDE TO GET 2 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW AND 8 TO 12 INCHES HIGH AROUND RUIDOSO IN THE CLOUD CRAFT REGION. BUT RECOGNIZE THAT COULD CHANGE. AND TODAY AT 10:00 AM WE WILL RECEIVE THE LATEST FORECAST MODEL FOR YOU. BUT IF YOUR TRAVEL BRINGS YOU HERE GET THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS BEFORE YOU TRAVEL, IT WILL START TO DRY DRY STATEWIDE OVER THE WEEKEND. BUT THIS COLD START WILL DECIDE DAILY HIGHS IN THE 40’S RISING A LITTLE UNTIL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AROUND FARMINGTON IN THE UPPER 40’S BEFORE ANOTHER SYSTEM WORKS ON TUESDAY, WITH FALLING TEMPERATURES AND SOME SHOWERS IT COULD RAIN BLEND UNDER SNOW SHOWERS AROUND SOCOR R TRUTH-OR-CONSEQUENCES AREA WILL GO IN THE FORTY YEARS INTO THE 50’S ACROSS SILVER CITY AND INCREASING WINDS BY TUESDAY OF NEXT WEEK. SOUTH-EAST. HERE IS THE PROBLEM AREA. RAIN CHANGED INTO SNOW SHOWERS, TEMPERATURES DECLINE ON FRIDAY, WITH SNOW ACCUMULATING IN THE SOUTHEAST PORTIONS OF THE STATE. So, yes, we’re really concerned. THEY MAKE SURE YOU GET THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS, HAVE THE EMERGENCY KIT BEFORE YOU GO OUTSIDE AND THEN MORE WIND AND TEMPERATURES ON TUESDAY. TIMES THERE WILL BE SOME BRILLIANT JOURNEYS IN THE RATON PASS TERRITORIES. INTERSTATE 25, INTERSTATE 40. SO SURE YOU NOTE AND RECOGNIZE SOME SNOW AND FADING SHOWERS AND COLD TEMPERATURES THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IT WILL GET BETTER. BUT INCREASING WINDS MONDAY AND INTO TUESDAY WITH TUESDAY. AFTER ALL, THESE WINDS COULD PULST OVER 50 MPH. BY TUESDAY THEY ARE 90 TO 37TH FOR THEIR LOW AND HIGH ACROSS THE TAOS AREA. BE SURE THAT THERE WILL BE SOME UNITED SHOWER AND SOME FADING SHOWER AROUND SANTA FE. HIGH OF ONLY 38 C AND COLD MORNINGS WITH MILDER DAILY HIGHS AND ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL FALL. TEMPERATURES ARE RISING BRINGING SOME SHOWERS AND UNTIL TUESDAY OF NEXT WEEK AND THEN MOST SKIES ON YOUR THANK YOU AND LIQUID AND COOL. SO BE PREPARED. A HIGH OF 45 DEGREES WITH A FEW SPOTLIGHTS OF SNOW BUT MOST OF ITS SUNSHINE IN THE EAST OF OUR AREA AND A COLD START WITH A CHILL AFTERNOON FOR BLACK FRIDAY. THEN WE BRING IT TO MILD AND DRY CONDITIONS FOR SATURDAY. SUNDAY, 55 DEGREES. MONDAY AND THEN INCREASING WIND FALLING TEMPERATURES AND SOME COMBINED RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS DEPENDING ON TIME OF DAY. BUT YES, TOMORROW A BRISSE FO

Heavy snowfall over parts of Southeast New Mexico Thanksgiving and Friday

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