SE NM Ice Storm March 3-4, 2019.




Monday, March 4th, 2019.

Dense freezing fog combined with light freezing mist and drizzle produced these beautiful pictures along the east slopes of the southern Sacramento Mountains Monday. The top two photos were taken at Runyan Ranches east of Elk in southwestern Chaves County Monday.


Sunday, March 3rd, 2019.

Dense freezing fog combined with light freezing drizzle dropped the visibility to just about zero this past Sunday along the east slopes of the southern Sacramento Mountains. We were at mile marker #60 on US Hwy 82 just north of Dunken in southwestern Chaves County when I took these photos. I estimated the visibility to be about 30 yards with a temperature at 6:03 PM MST of 31ºF and dropping. 

Sunday, March 3rd, 2019.

As we were coming into Artesia my wife shot this photo with her cell phone from inside of our truck. The ice had accumulated on the trucks antenna about 1/4" thick.

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