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Cool Start To The Week.




Snow fell across parts of New Mexico Saturday into Sunday. Most northern mountain locations reported 6" or less. Sierra Blanca Peak located west of Ruidoso received a dusting as well. You can see this in the visibilie satellite images above. Snow can also be seen covering parts of western New Mexico, and eastern Arizona, as well as across the Gila Wilderness area. 

Cold This Morning.

 National Temperatures At 6 AM MST.


 Regional Temperatures At 6 AM MST.






Record Low Temps & Normal High - Low Temps.
(30-Year Average - 1981 - 2010). 
For November 12th.

Roswell 15 1950 66 - 36
Artesia 21 1977+ 68 - 32
Carlsbad 19 1975 69 - 37
Carlsbad Arpt 23 1950 69 - 37
Hobbs 16 1940 68 - 39
Tatum 17 1950 65 - 32

Long Term Average High - Low Temps.
For November 12th.

Roswell (1893 -2012) 66 - 32
Artesia (1905 - 2012) 69 - 33
Carlsbad (1900 - 2012) 69 - 36
Carlsbad Arpt (1942 -2012) 68 - 39
Hobbs (1912 - 2012) 66 - 38
Tatum (1919 - 2012) 67 - 32

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