T.S. Octave Continues Sending Moisture Our Way.
Mid and high level moisture continues to stream northeastward into New Mexico and west Texas this afternoon from Tropical Storm Octave.
Strong Cold Front Coming Tuesday.
Current Temperatures Across The U.S. As Of 2 PM MDT.
WRF/NAM Forecast Temperatures @ 7 AM MDT Tuesday.
WRF/NAM Forecast Temperatures @ 3 PM MDT Wednesday.
WRF/NAM Forecast Snowfall Totals @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday.
Meanwhile a mid-upper level trough of low pressure continues to dig southward into the central Rockies. This trough of low pressure is forecast to send a strong cold front into New Mexico and west Texas tomorrow...producing colder temperatures by Wednesday.
Snow is forecast to fall over the northern and eastern slopes of New Mexico's northern mountains, northeastern Highlands, and east-central Highlands tomorrow into tomorrow night. The higher elevations of the northern mountains above 9,500' are forecast to pick up 3" - 6" totals, while a dusting is expected across the lower elevations.
Our high temperatures will struggle to get out of the 60's across most of southeastern New Mexico tomorrow. Our forecast highs on Wednesday are only in the 50's. Our low temperatures Thursday morning will be in the 30's. Its possible that some of us may experience our first frost/freeze of the season Thursday morning...especially in the normally colder locations near the Pecos River.
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