So Far - A Cold Winter In New Mexico.

Blog Updated 6:55 AM Fri, Jan 16,2015.

Freezing Fog & Glaze-
Theme For This Winter In SE NM. 

Two Weeks Of Extend Cold.

If you have been thinking that its been rather cold for the past two weeks...you are right. This has been especially true for those of us living in the eastern one half of New Mexico. One arctic invasion after another has kept us in the deep freeze more often than not. I can't remember a winter in which we've had so many days of fog and freezing fog (December into the first half of this month). This also goes for the ice storms and glazing we've experienced. 




Clayton, NM.



Angel Fire, NM Airport.



Farmington, NM.



Santa Fe, NM.




Albuquerque, NM.



Clines Corners, NM.



Cannon AFB Clovis, NM.



Roswell, NM.



Artesia, NM.



Carlsbad, NM.



Note: The high temperature of 76°F reported at the Carlsbad Airport on the 6th is incorrect. The temperature sensor on the KCNM ASOS is believed to have malfunctioned. My high temp here at our home in town was 48°F.

Hobbs, NM.



Sierra Blanca Regional Airport -
Ruidoso, NM.




Holloman AFB Alamogordo, NM.



Las Cruces, NM.



Notice that since the last couple of days of December most stations have had more high and low temperatures below average than above over the eastern one half of the state.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction! 

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