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Is This October Or May?







This Mornings GFS 500 MB Analysis.

GFS 500 MB Forecast.
Valid @ 6 PM MDT Sunday, Oct 30, 2016.

For all you snow lovers unfortunately the 500 millibar death ridge has shut down any hope of colder temperatures and snow for New Mexico at least for the upcoming week. None of the computer models break this ridge of high pressure down over the next seven days. 

A few rain showers will be possible over parts of western and northern New Mexico early next week but overall most of the state will miss out. Our daily high temperatures across New Mexico will generally run some 5 to 15 degrees above normal this upcoming week into next weekend.

Bummer...I like many of you are ready for some colder and more typical late October weather. So tired of summer trying to hang on. Oh well November isn't that far away.


Today - Sunday, Oct 23, 2016.

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Sunday, Oct 30, 2016.











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