I Took These Two Photo's On The Hood Of My Car.
These Are A Close Up View Of Frost That Had
Formed Overnight. The White Spot In The Top
Photo Is The Reflection Of My Flash.
Snow Over Parts Of The Area Today!
An area of snow on area radars can be seen covering parts of eastern and southeastern New Mexico, as well as West Texas at 9:00 AM MST this morning. A cold front swept southward yesterday afternoon, and this combined with a shortwave dive southeastward through the longwave trough is helping to produce this large area of light snowfall. Today will be colder with highs only in the 40's. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Chaves and Lea Counties until noon today. 1" - 3" of snow will be possible in these areas along with northerly winds of 15-25 mph.
Click On Any Of These Radar Images On My Main Web Page,
And Check The "Winterize Button" To Change The Radar
Mode To The Winter Mode, In Order To View The Snowfall.
Most Of E/SE NM Forecast To Have
Temps In The Teens At Sunrise With A Stiff Northerly
Wind Producing Wind Chill Values Of Near 0 Or
Slightly Below Wednesday Morning. Our High Temps On Wednesday
Will Likely Not Make It Above Freezing Across Most Of SE NM.
The Models Are Forecasting A Good Chance Of Snow
Across Most Of New Mexico Tuesday Into At Least
Wednesday, Especially Across The Mountains And
The Eastern/Southeastern Plains.
The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!