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Snowfall Below Average In The NM Sacramento Mtn's.



A thin ribbon of snow cover is draped across the highest ridges of the Sacramento mountains as seen in the visible satellite image above yesterday. Snowfall totals for the 2013-2014 winter season (Oct 2014 - April 2014) are below normal so far. You know its bad when some stations in the southeastern plains have picked up as much snow as Ruidoso so far this season. The long-range outlook does not look very promising either.

(Oct 1st, 2013 - Jan 20, 2014)

Chaves County.


Lea County.


Eddy County.


Lincoln County.


Otero County.


Cloudcroft, New Mexico.

As of January 20th the Cloudcroft Climate Co-Op Station is reporting the following snowfall totals-

October 2013 0"
November 2013 1.3"
December 2013 16.0"
January 2014 0"
Seasonal Total So far 17.3"


October 2.5"
November 7.9"
December 16.0"
January 14.9"

Seasonal Average Total (Oct - Jan) 41.3"

Long Term Seasonal Average  (1901 -2013) Oct - April= 76.6"

On average February is Cloudcrofts snowiest month with an average of 16.8" falling for the month.

Ruidoso, New Mexico.

As of January 20th the Ruidoso Climate Co-Op Station is reporting the following snowfall totals-

October 2013 0"
November 2013 4.0"
December 2013 0.5""
January 2014 0"
Seasonal Total So far 4.5"

Their long term averages (1941 - 2013) are-

October 1.2"
November 3.3"
December 8.7"
January 9.0"

Seasonal Average Total (Oct - Jan) 41.3"

Long Term Seasonal Average  (1901 -2013) Oct - April= 38.1"

Ski Apache has only measured 18.0" of snowfall so far this season. As of this morning their mid-mountain snow depth is reported as 11". Their seasonal average is advertised as being over 180". 

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