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My SE NM Radar Snapshot At 8:32 AM MDT.
My SE NM Radar Snapshot At 8:38 MDT.
Feels More Like March 1st Than May 1st.
A strong late season cold front has brought a much colder airmass to the state this morning. The two radar snapshot images above were captured off of the "My SE NM Radar Page" that I have running on this web site. I checked the "Winterize" box to capture the rain and snow.
Yes, snow is falling over parts of the state this morning. 1"-2" is reported to be on the grassy surfaces in Las Vegas. Today will be much cooler across SE NM with most of our afternoon high temps ranging from the upper 50's to the low 60's. Tonight will be unseasonable cold with low temps tomorrow morning mostly in the mid-upper 30's. Low temps Tuesday morning will be in the low-mid 30's with some places experiencing a late season freeze.
The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!