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Cool Again Today.


Red River, New Mexico This Morning.
Courtesy Of Rebecca Latham. 

Heavy snow fell overnight across parts of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico. Eagle Nest reported 10", and 9" was reported at Arroyo Seco west of Eagle Nest. There must be a lot of smiles on the faces of the Ski Resort owners this morning. We are off to a good start snow-wise and hopefully this trend will continue into the winter.

Regional Temperatures @ 7 AM MDT This Morning.

WRF/NAM Forecast Temperatures @ 4 PM MDT This Afternoon.

Another seasonably cool day is in store for southeastern New Mexico and nearby areas with most of us seeing our afternoon highs in the 60's.

WRF/NAM Forecast Temperatures @ 7 AM MDT Thursday.

It will be a tad chilly at sunrise tomorrow morning with most of southeastern New Mexico dropping down into the 30's to near 40 for lows. Some of our northern neighbors may see a light frost/freeze.

NAM Forecast Temperatures @ 6 PM MDT Friday.

Thursday and Friday will see additional warming across the local area with our afternoon highs climbing up into the low-mid 70's. Another cold front will drop south into the Pecos Valley Friday night. Our highs on Saturday are expected to be in the 60's behind the front.

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