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Arctic Cold Front Comes Knocking Tuesday Night.

We've experienced yet another day in February with temps in the 70's here in southeastern New Mexico and nearby areas. But if you take a look at the current temperatures maps posted above you can easily see that an arctic cold front is draped across northeastern Colorado, and extends southeastern into northern Texas. 

18Z/11 AM MST NAM-WRF Temperature Forecast.
Valid @ 2 PM MST Wednesday.

This cold front will work its way southward and westward into southeastern New Mexico Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Much colder air will overspread the area on Wednesday with most of us not getting out of the 40's for highs.

Today's 18Z/11 AM MST GFS Precipitation Type Forecast.
Valid @ 5 AM MST Wednesday.

Today's 18Z/11 AM MST GFS Precipitation Type Forecast.
Valid @ 11 AM MST Wednesday.

Low clouds and perhaps an area of very light wintry precipitation may develop behind the cold front Wednesday morning. Our chances of seeing measurable precipitation out of this are only around 20%.

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