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Where Is The Snow?

Blog Updated @ 9:25 AM MST Monday, Feb 24, 2014.

Looking West At 12,003' Sierra Blanca Peak Ruidoso, New Mexico.

Looking Northeast At 12,003' Sierra Blanca Peak From Tularosa, New Mexico.

Looking Northeast At Sierra Blanca Peak From Near Apache Summit.

Grindstone Lake Southwest Of Ruidoso, New Mexico.

Ski Apache has only received 45" of snow thus far this season with 15" on the ground at mid-mountain. Their average seasonal snowfall is 200+ inches. Just another testament of the affects of the ongoing drought.

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