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Christmas Climatology For SE NM & Nearby Areas.


Christmas Eve Morning 2011.

On Christmas Eve morning in 2011, we had 11" of snow on the ground and 9" on the ground Christmas morning at our home in Carlsbad, New Mexico. The Carlsbad Climate Co-Op Station reported 12" on the ground Christmas morning. For most of the local area, this marked the greatest snowfall and snow depth reported on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (1893-2018).

I've updated my historical snowfall/snow depth spreadsheet for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and it now includes the local CoCoRaHS reports that are available. I've included the most recent updated data for our local climatology during the Christmas holidays. Climatology records go back to 1893 for Roswell, 1900 for Carlsbad, 1905 for Artesia, 1941 for Ruidoso, 1901 for Cloudcroft, and 1913 for Hobbs. Records include data through 2018.

Southeastern New Mexico Christmas Eve & Christmas Day Climatology.

Christmas Eve.
Chaves County.


Christmas Day.
Chaves County.


Christmas Eve.
Eddy County.


Christmas Day.
Eddy County.


Christmas Eve.
Lea County.


Christmas Day.
Lea County.


Christmas Eve.
Northern Sacramento Mountains.


Christmas Day.
Northern Sacramento Mountains.


Christmas Eve.
Southern Sacramento Mountains.


Christmas Day.
Southern Sacramento Mountains.


Christmas Eve.
Southern New Mexico And Nearby Areas.


Christmas Day.
Southern New Mexico And Nearby Areas.


Our historical climatology data is courtesy of:

ACIS

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