Another Blast Of Arctic Air Headed South.
00Z/5 PM MST ECMWF Control 500 MB Anomaly Forecast. Valid @ 5 PM MST Thursday, Dec 5, 2013 00Z/5 PM MST ECMWF 6-Hourly Min Temp Forecast. Valid @ 5 AM MST Thursday, Dec 5, 2013. 00Z/5 PM MST ECMWF Temperature Anomaly Forecast. Valid @ 5 PM MST Thursday, Dec 5, 2013. 00Z/5 PM MST ECMWF 6-Hourly Max Temp Forecast. Valid @ 5 PM MST Thursday, Dec 5, 2013. Get ready New Mexico...another blast of frigid air from the arctic is headed our way later next week. The models are all over the place concerning this next storm so the details are up for grabs for now. The European has been trending deeper and further south with the upper-level trough, which would indicate a better chance for more snow for the state if this trend continues and verifies. A very cold arctic airmass is headed south once again. Temps across the central Rockies are forecast to bottom out Thursday morning somewhere in the neighbor hood of -35F . temps ahead of the front Thursday aftern