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Snowing In New Mexico - May13, 2014!


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Snowing Across Parts Of Central & Northern New Mexico.









A strong cold front moved into the southeastern New Mexico overnight. Overcast skies, gusty northerly winds, and much cooler temps prevail at sunrise this morning. Today will be unseasonably cool with most of us see afternoon highs in the low 60's.

 Take a look at some of the local record low maximum temperatures for May 13th-

Clovis 54 in 1953
Roswell 55 in 1953
Artesia 60 in 1939
Carlsbad 53 in 1953
Hobbs 60 in 1914
Tatum 47 in 1953
Capitan 51 in 1928
Ruidoso 50 in 1973
Elk 50 in 1953
Cloudcroft 47 in 1933

Tonight will be chilly especially if the low clouds covering the area this morning burn off. Current National Weather Service forecast low temps for tomorrow morning range from 27 in Ruidoso and Cloudcroft, 35 in Clovis, 37 in Roswell, 38 in Hobbs, 39 in Artesia, to 41 in Carlsbad.

Snowfall Reports From Across New Mexico.

Snowfall Pictures Across New Mexico - Courtesy Of KRQE.

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