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Surface Map Analysis Valid At 11 AM MST This Morning,
Wind Chills At 3 PM MST Sunday Afternoon.
At 5 AM MST Monday Morning.
At 11 AM MST Monday Morning.
At 5 PM MST Monday Afternoon.
At 5 AM MST Tuesday Morning.
A strong and fast moving modified arctic cold front is forecast to enter Northeastern New Mexico early Monday morning. Then barrel southward down the Eastern Plains arriving in Southeastern New Mexico Monday afternoon. Strong northerly winds will accompany the frontal passage with rapidly falling temperatures behind it.
Forecast Highs On Monday.
Forecast Lows Tuesday Morning.
Forecast Highs On Tuesday.
Forecast Lows Wednesday Morning.
Forecast Highs On Wednesday.
Depending upon the exact arrival time of the arctic cold front Monday afternoon we may end up a little warmer or colder than current model forecasts indicate. A quicker arrival time of the arctic front would mean colder afternoon highs and visa versa for a slower frontal arrival.
Down go our temps Monday night behind the frontal boundary with our low temperatures dropping down into the teens by sunrise Tuesday morning. Wind chill values will range from around 0ºF to 15ºF late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Most of us are currently forecast to remain below freezing all day Tuesday with only the 30's forecast for highs on Wednesday. Our brief visit from the north will be gone by Thursday with forecast highs expected to be in the 50's and the 60's to near 70 on Friday.
Valid At 10 PM MST Monday Night.
Areas of light drizzle or light rain may change over to light freezing drizzle and light freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Brief periods of light sleet and light snow may also be mixed in. Current forecasts indicate that this precipitation will be light with no significant accumulations of ice or snow forecast. However some local roads could become slick and icy at times Monday night into Tuesday so stay alert for this.
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