Cold Front Knocks Temps Back Down Closer To Normal.


Artesia, NM Sunset - January 19th, 2019.

Strong Cold Front Knocks Temps Down Closer To Normal.




24-Hour Temperature Change.


Wind Chill Temperatures At 4 PM MST Today.







A strong southward moving cold front blasted through the area around noontime today. Rapidly falling temperatures accompanied the frontal passage along with northerly winds gusting between 35-50 mph. Local areas of blowing dust briefly lowered the visibility in some locations as well. Wind chills dropped down into the single digits and teens across northeastern and eastern New Mexico this morning behind the front. Temperatures locally were some 25º to 35º colder compared to yesterday's readings as of 4 PM MST. 

Cold Tonight - But Closer To Normal For The Date.




NWS NDFD 7-Day Forecast High/Low Temps.


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