Coldest Morning Of The Season.

Mtn Wave Clouds Southwest Of Carlsbad, NM Yesterday.
(Altocumulus Standing Lenticular-ACSL)

Blowing Dust Reducing The Visibility Along US Hwy 285
Near Brantley Lake At 11:11 AM MDT Yesterday.

Low Temperatures This Morning.
(Updated At 8:20 PM MDT).

Chaves County-

Dunken Raws 21
10 Miles ESE Hagerman 23
8-Mile Draw Raws 25
Roswell Climate 26
Roswell Airport ASOS 27

Eddy County-

Caprock Climate 22
Cottonwood 23
Artesia Climate 23
Hope Climate 24
Alfadale - Atoka 25
Artesia Airport 26
Queen Raws 26
Carlsbad Airport ASOS 27
2.1 Miles NNW Downtown Carlsbad 28
Carlsbad Climate 29
Caprock Raws 29
Carlsbad Caverns Climate 30
Bat Draw Raws - Carlsbad Caverns 32

Lea County-

Willow Wells Raws 23
Crossroads Raws 23
Tatum Climate 25
Paduca Raws 25
East Hobbs 26
Woody Farms - 11 Miles N of Hobbs 26
Hobbs Airport 27
NW Hobbs (KM5BS) 28
NE Lovington 29

Lincoln County-

Roswell Portable Raws #1 - NE of Ft. Stanton 11
Eagle & Sudderth - Ruidoso 16
Ruidoso Climate 16
Smokey Bear Raws - Ruidoso 17
Sierra Blanca Regional Airport 19
Hodge Podge Lodge - Ruidoso 19
Carrizozo Airport 20

Otero County-

Dry Canon - East of Cloudcroft 14
Grulke on Bigfoot - NE of Cloudcroft 15
Cloudcroft Climate 16
Weed - DRO 16
Mayhill Raws 17
Timberon 18
Mescal Raws - Mescalero 21
Sacramento Peak - Sunspot 26

Culberson County-

Bowl Raws 20
McKittrick Canyon Raws 23
Dog Canyon Climate 25
Pine Springs -GMN 26
Pinery Raws - Pine Springs 27
Guadalupe Pass ASOS 27
Dog Canyon Raws 28
Dell City 29

This list will be updated later today as additional temps become available.

Temperature Data Is Courtesy Of-


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Comments

  1. Brrrr! Those lows are mostly as cold as me (and most of Abq).

    Would enjoy learning more on what is a frost vs. a hard freeze, at least as to low temperature and duration. Interesting topic every spring and fall!

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  2. I'm glad to see a hard freeze...maybe it got some of the flies and other bugs here in the Pecos Valley this morning.

    David a frost can occur with temps slightly above freezing. It does not necessarily have to reach 32 to have frost. The exposed objects that the frost forms on will reach that temp, but the ambient air temp may be a couple of degrees warmer than 32.

    A hard freeze occurs whenever the temperature drops down to 28 or colder, and stays there for at least 4 hours. This then becomes a killing freeze by definition.

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