Say Goodbye To Winter & Hello To Spring.


Blog updated at 5:35 PM MST Saturday.

2-25-2020.
Parting Storm Over The Guadalupes.

Say Goodbye To The Meteorological Winter Of 2019-2020.



As I sat down at my desk to write this blog this morning this song came to mind. Change the words a little from "Tuesday's gone with the wind" to "winters gone with the wind" and you see where I'm coming from. 

Today's (Saturday, February 29th, 2020) is the last day of our meteorological winter. Sunday marks the beginning of our meteorological spring. Here in Southeastern New Mexico, our winter is ending up somewhat on the dissapointing side as far as cold and snow are concerned. 

Here at our home in Carlsbad, New Mexico I recorded 1.08" of rainfall from December 1st, 2019 through February 29th, 2020. My seasonal snowfall stands at 4.8". February has been wet with .70" of rainfall. 

My highest recorded daily high temperature this winter was 79º which occurred on January 14th and February 16th. Update it was today the last day of the meteorological winter with a reading of 82º. My low was 17º which occurred on February 6th. Another winter where we did not drop down into the single digits or colder this winter. 

National Weather Service NDFD Forecast High Temperatures.

Today.




Sunday.



Monday.



High temperatures today into Monday will be some 10º above average for the date. Normal high and low temperatures for SE NM on March 1st are the mid 60's and mid 30's. Take a look at the Lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. Highs Sunday and Monday will be close to 90º. 

Peak Wind Gusts Forecast.

Sunday.



A High Wind Watch is in effect for the Guadalupe Mountains of Eddy and Culberson Counties Sunday afternoon. West winds are forecast to become sustained at 30 to 45 mph with gusts near 60 mph.

Here in SE NM, these winds will gust up to around 40 mph. March will attempt to "roar like a lion" but it will be a rather feeble attempt by our standards.

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Windy Sunday!


At 8:21 AM MST This Saturday Morning.

A very long fetch of subtropical moisture stretches from well south and southwest of Hawaii this morning northeast into the Desert Southwest including New Mexico. Looking at local airport observations this cloud deck is generally located at the follow heights above ground level:10,000', 14,000' 17,000', 21-22,000'. There are lower clouds north and west of SE NM.
Needless to say, a very moist airmass located at the mid and high levels of the atmosphere is being pulled into the area by a closed mid-upper level low located at the 18,000' level just northwest of San Diego, CA at sunrise this morning. This is depicted in the graphics below.



Forecast Valid At 2 PM MST Sunday.


Forecast models this morning are in good agreement that this closed low off the California Coast will move eastward today into Sunday. By sunset Sunday it will be exiting stage right in Northeastern New Mexico.


Valid At 5 PM MST Today.


Valid At 5 AM MST Sunday.

Valid At 5 PM MST Sunday.

A Pacific cold front will enter western Arizona by noontime today then zip eastward to eastern Arizona by sunset, and then into Southeastern New Mexico just after sunrise on Sunday morning. By sunset Sunday it will be as far east as Abilene, Texas. That's a pretty fast pace for a cold front.

Windy Locally Sunday.


Valid Today Through Sunday.



As the rule of thumb goes whenever one of these strong closed lows aloft passes across the state to our north then we get robbed most of the time moisture-wise. More often than not we end up with strong southwest and west winds and blowing dust. Given the recent rains this month this will aide in keeping the blowing dust down Sunday locally. Southwest winds are forecast to kick up into the 40 to 50 mph gusts range across the Southeastern Plains. We've been lucky this winter with a noted lack of high wind events locally.

A High Wind Watch remains in effect for the Guadalupe Mountains of Southeastern New Mexico and West Texas for Sunday. West winds sustained at 35 to 45 mph are forecast to gust up to near 70 mph.




Rain showers will break out over the Sacramento Mountains later today then change over to snow tonight. Snow levels will remain high today (around the 11,000' level) then drop down to around the 6,000' level by sunrise Sunday morning. Storm total rainfall totals in the higher elevations could be in the .50" to 1.00" range. Snowfall totals are generally forecast to be around an inch or two above 8,000'. Ski Apache could pick up 4" to 6". 

Little to any rainfall is currently forecast to fall over the Southeastern Plains.


Today.


Sunday.


Monday.


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Winter Is Back.


January 11, 2020.
South Of Cloudcroft, New Mexico.
Nothing compares to the peaceful serenity of a winter-time snowscape. 

Winter Is Back. 


Analysis At 11 AM MST This Wednesday Morning.


A short wave trough of low pressure at 18,000' up in the atmosphere will swing southeast tonight into Thursday and then lift northeast out of the area by Friday morning. As it does it "kick" a strong cold front south into the area by sunrise Thursday morning. See the surface map forecast below. Much colder air will then overspread the state and local area into Friday.

Forecast For 5 PM MST Thursday.


Forecast For 5 PM MST Friday.


Forecast For 5 PM Saturday.


Forecast For 5 AM MST Sunday.


Should the "next little bowling ball", that's what I call them, storm roll a tad further south than the models think then we could have a wetter and stormier weekend than indicated. 



Rain-Sleet-Snow Along & Behind The Southward Moving Cold Front.



Precipitation Type Forecast At 9 AM MST Thursday.


Precipitation Type Forecast At 3 PM MST Thursday.


Precipitation Type Forecast At 6 PM MST Thursday.


NAM 3K Sleet Accumulation Forecast.


NAM 3K Freezing Rain Accumulation Forecast.


Light rain is forecast to change over to a wintry mix very late tonight or early Thursday morning. This wintry mix will include light rain (green shades on the maps above), light sleet (orange shades on the maps above), light freezing rain (purple shades on the maps above), and light to moderate snow (blue shades on the maps above). 

This light mix will continue off and on throughout the day on Thursday and is currently forecast to end by around sunset.





Notice where the cold front will set up shop and park itself. Along the central mountain chain bisecting the state from north to south. High temperatures over the eastern one-third of New Mexico aren't forecast to get out of the 30's to near 40. Meanwhile, highs over parts of southern and southwestern New Mexico will be in the 50's and 60's. Friday is forecast to be a tad warmer (relative term) in Southeastern New Mexico with the 40's expected. 

NWS Storm Total Rainfall Forecasts.


Current thinking is that rainfall totals will be on the light side locally with the heaviest rains falling over southwestern New Mexico into this weekend.

NWS Storm Total Snowfall Forecasts.


Snowfall totals from this latest incoming Winter Storm currently don't look impressive locally, even for the mountains. Trace amounts to maybe a quarter to a half of inch at most? Wouldn't it be nice if this storm steps up and drops more than this on us?

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction - And Sometimes It Hurts!

New Mexico Reported Snowfall Totals - Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020.


Blog Updated At 4:16 PM MST Wednesday.


Past 3-Days.


February-To-Date.
 (1st-12th).


Season-To-Date Totals.
(Oct 1st, 2019 - Feb 12th, 2020).


Texas Season-To-Date Totals.
(Oct 1st, 2019 - Feb 12th, 2020).


Snow Cover This Wednesday Morning.




Look closely and you can pick out the snow cover band over the Guadalupe's with a streak of snow extending northeast to Brantley Lake and then on to Loco Hills this morning. Another band runs from just southwest of the Hagerman area northward through Roswell and the Bitter Lakes Wildlife Refuge. Widespread snow cover is evident over the Capitan and Sacramento mountains, and west of Tatum northward over the Eastern Plains.

(Day Snow/Fog False Color Image).


Areas shaded red indicate snow cover this Wednesday morning, and areas shaded in white are clouds. Green is the ground.

(2-Day Totals As Of 8 AM MST This Wednesday Morning).







SNOW 
 •  null GASCON - 13.0 in.
 •  null TIJERAS - 13.0 in.
 • 6 ESE MOGOLLON - 13.0 in.

 • 3 N CHILILI - 12.6 in.
 • 3 ENE PONDEROSA - 12.2 in.
 • 2 N MOUNTAINAIR - 12.0 in.
 • 1 S MOUNTAINAIR - 12.0 in.
 • 4 NW SANDIA PARK - 12.0 in.

 • 1 ESE SEDILLO - 11.5 in.
 • 2 NNW EDGEWOOD - 11.3 in.
 • 2 SW MIERA - 11.3 in.
 • 2 WSW EDGEWOOD - 11.0 in.
 •  null EDGEWOOD - 11.0 in.
 • 8 SSW RED RIVER - 11.0 in.

 • 1 WSW PONDEROSA - 10.5 in.
 • 1 ENE SAN ANTONITO - 10.0 in.
 • 8 SW ROCIADA - 10.0 in.
 • 5 SW BONITO LAKE - 10.0 in.
 •  null ESTANCIA - 10.0 in.

 • 1 SW SAN ANTONITO - 9.7 in.
 • 2 W DATIL - 9.6 in.
 • 8 WNW WILLARD - 9.3 in.
 • 1 WSW SEDILLO - 9.2 in.
 • 7 ESE CUBA - 9.0 in.
 • 4 E SANDIA PARK - 9.0 in.
 •  null SAPELLO - 9.0 in.
 • 3 ESE ANGEL FIRE - 9.0 in.
 • 6 SSE LUNA - 9.0 in.
 • 6 SSE GOLDEN - 9.0 in.

 • 1 SSW SAN ANTONITO - 8.9 in.
 •  null FENCE LAKE - 8.5 in.
 • 2 W PONDEROSA - 8.5 in.
 • 1 NNW CEDAR CREST - 8.1 in.
 • 8 NE ARROYO SECO - 8.0 in.
 • 2 E SAN PABLO - 8.0 in.
 •  null CEDAR CREST - 8.0 in.
 • 5 SSE LLANO LARGO - 8.0 in.
 • 1 S SEDILLO - 8.0 in.
 • 8 S FENCE LAKE - 8.0 in.
 •  null TECOLOTITO - 8.0 in.
 • 7 ESE CHUPADERO - 8.0 in.

 • 2 NNW EDGEWOOD - 7.5 in.
 • 1 ESE TRUCHAS - 7.5 in.
 • 1 N MORIARTY - 7.3 in.
 • 2 E GLORIETA - 7.2 in.
 • 11 WSW BLUEWATER LAKE - 7.0 in.
 •  null JEMEZ SPRINGS - 7.0 in.
 • 2 N EDGEWOOD - 7.0 in.
 • 2 SE MANZANO - 7.0 in.
 • 5 WNW LOS ALAMOS - 7.0 in.
 •  null DIXON - 7.0 in.
 • 2 SW PECOS - 7.0 in.
 • 5 E EL MORRO - 7.0 in.
 • 6 SE PLACITAS - 7.0 in.
 •  null SANDIA PARK - 7.0 in.
 • 9 E CUBA - 7.0 in.

 • 3 ENE MIERA - 6.5 in.
 • 1 NNW ROMEROVILLE - 6.2 in.
 • 2 SE SOUTH SAN YSIDRO - 6.2 in.
 • 3 NW TRES RITOS - 6.0 in.
 • 6 W LOS ALAMOS - 6.0 in.
 • 12 SSE COYOTE - 6.0 in.
 • 2 NW EL RITO - 6.0 in.
 • 3 ENE MAGDALENA - 6.0 in.
 • 15 ESE CORONA - 6.0 in.
 •  null LAS VEGAS - 6.0 in.
 • 1 SSE DILIA - 6.0 in.
 • 13 ESE CUBA - 6.0 in.
 • 11 ENE RED RIVER - 6.0 in.
 • 6 WNW TERERRO - 6.0 in.
 •  null QUEMADO - 6.0 in.
 • 16 W CORONA - 6.0 in.

 • 2 NNE ROWE - 5.8 in.
 • 3 E LOS ALAMOS - 5.8 in.
 •  null ARROYO HONDO - 5.6 in.
 • 2 NE PLACITAS - 5.5 in.
 • 9 S TIJERAS - 5.5 in.
 • 7 NW SANTA FE - 5.3 in.
 • 5 NW LAMY - 5.3 in.
 •  null RAMAH - 5.2 in.
 • 1 WSW LOS ALAMOS - 5.0 in.
 • 4 W MOUNTAINAIR - 5.0 in.
 • 1 ENE SAN ANTONITO - 5.0 in.
 • 1 ESE ZUNI PUEBLO - 5.0 in.
 •  null TORREON NAVAJO MISSION - 5.0 in.
 • 2 NNW SEDILLO - 5.0 in.
 • 11 ENE AMALIA - 5.0 in.
 • 9 SE MAGDALENA - 5.0 in.
 • 6 S TEXICO - 5.0 in.
 • 1 ENE LUNA - 5.0 in.
 • 8 SE EAGLE NEST - 5.0 in.
 •  null CONCHAS - 5.0 in.

 • 3 SSW ENCINO - 4.6 in.
 • 3 WSW RIO RANCHO - 4.6 in.
 • 5 WSW ARROYO HONDO - 4.6 in.
 • 1 W CLAYTON - 4.5 in.
 • 2 E SOCORRO - 4.5 in.
 • 1 SE SAN GERONIMO - 4.4 in.
 • 4 NNW LAMY - 4.4 in.
 • 2 SW BERNALILLO - 4.3 in.
 •  null MIAMI - 4.3 in.
 • 1 WSW MIAMI - 4.3 in.
 • 6 SSE SANTA FE - 4.2 in.
 • 1 NE POJOAQUE PUEBLO - 4.2 in.
 • 2 NE SOCORRO - 4.1 in.
 • 1 W MCCARTYS - 4.1 in.
 • 4 NNW EDGEWOOD - 4.1 in.
 • 5 NNW LAMY - 4.0 in.
 • 8 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 4.0 in.
 • 1 SSW MADRID - 4.0 in.
 • 3 NW SANDIA PUEBLO - 4.0 in.
 • 2 NE RUIDOSO - 4.0 in.
 • 7 NNW AGUA FRIA - 4.0 in.
 • 8 NNW GLORIETA - 4.0 in.
 • 1 N CANONES - 4.0 in.
 • 5 SSW TOADLENA - 4.0 in.
 • 3 E GALLUP - 4.0 in.
 • 3 NNE AGUA FRIA - 4.0 in.
 • 9 ENE SHADY BROOK - 4.0 in.
 • 1 W SANTA FE - 4.0 in.
 •  null JEMEZ SPRINGS - 4.0 in.
 • 1 ESE ABBOTT - 4.0 in.
 • 3 N SANTA FE - 4.0 in.
 • 3 NE BONITO LAKE - 4.0 in.
 •  null RED RIVER - 4.0 in.
 •  null POJOAQUE - 4.0 in.
 • 1 ESE RIO RANCHO - 4.0 in.
 •  null SEDAN - 4.0 in.
 • 2 W ANGUS - 4.0 in.
 •  null SANTA FE - 4.0 in.
 • 2 SW RIO RANCHO - 4.0 in.
 • 4 W RIO RANCHO - 4.0 in.
 • 3 ENE TUCUMCARI - 4.0 in.
 • 3 N FENCE LAKE - 4.0 in.
 •  null EAGLE NEST - 4.0 in.
 • 7 E CANJILON - 4.0 in.
 • 15 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 4.0 in.
 •  null ANGEL FIRE - 4.0 in.
 • 3 NW SANDIA PUEBLO - 4.0 in.
 • 5 ESE BLACK LAKE - 4.0 in.

 • 3 NNE LOS CERRILLOS - 3.9 in.
 • 5 ESE BLACK LAKE - 3.8 in.
 • 3 SSE MAGDALENA - 3.7 in.
 •  null TSE BONITO - 3.7 in.
 • 1 SSE BERNALILLO - 3.6 in.
 • 2 SW AGUA FRIA - 3.6 in.
 • 2 WSW RIO RANCHO - 3.5 in.
 • 4 WSW RIO RANCHO - 3.5 in.
 • 2 WSW HERNANDEZ - 3.5 in.
 • 11 ENE BELL RANCH - 3.5 in.
 • 3 ESE MIERA - 3.5 in.
 •  null OJO ENCINO - 3.5 in.
 • 5 NNW AGUA FRIA - 3.5 in.
 • 3 WNW BERNALILLO - 3.5 in.
 • 4 WNW RIO RANCHO - 3.5 in.
 • 3 W RIO RANCHO - 3.5 in.
 • 1 S SANTA FE - 3.5 in.
 • 4 NW LAMY - 3.4 in.
 • 10 NNW SEDAN - 3.3 in.
 •  null JACONITA - 3.3 in.
 • 5 NE ALTO - 3.3 in.
 • 2 WSW SANTA FE - 3.0 in.
 • 13 NW SEDAN - 3.0 in.
 • 2 SW AGUA FRIA - 3.0 in.
 • 5 NW LAMY - 3.0 in.
 •  null ANGEL FIRE - 3.0 in.
 • 1 SSW FORT SUMNER - 3.0 in.
 •  null CAPULIN - 3.0 in.
 • 1 N ROSWELL - 3.0 in.
 • 7 SSE CUERVO - 3.0 in.
 • 1 ENE SANTA FE - 3.0 in.
 • 2 SE ALTO - 3.0 in.
 •  null ESPANOLA - 3.0 in.
 • 1 S RIO RANCHO - 3.0 in.
 • 1 W LINDRITH - 3.0 in.

 • 3 WSW CORRALES - 2.9 in.
 • 1 SSE GALLUP - 2.7 in.
 • 1 W GRANTS - 2.7 in.
 • 2 N CORRALES - 2.7 in.
 • 1 NW CORRALES - 2.7 in.
 • 2 SSW LOS CORDOVAS - 2.6 in.
 • 1 W CLAYTON - 2.5 in.
 • 5 ESE SANDIA PUEBLO - 2.5 in.
 •  null PORTALES - 2.5 in.
 • 3 N MILAN - 2.5 in.
 • 8 WNW ALBUQUERQUE - 2.5 in.
 • 2 WNW CLOVIS - 2.5 in.
 • 2 S YESO - 2.5 in.
 •  null CONCHAS DAM - 2.5 in.
 • 6 SSE SANTA FE - 2.5 in.
 • 7 SE ALBUQUERQUE - 2.5 in.
 •  null WHITE ROCK - 2.5 in.
 • 5 E SUMNER LAKE - 2.5 in.
 • 2 NW ROSWELL - 2.5 in.
 • 1 N RUIDOSO - 2.5 in.
 • 2 NNE CLOVIS - 2.5 in.
 • 4 WSW RIO RANCHO - 2.4 in.
 • 1 SSE ESCONDIDA - 2.4 in.
 • 1 WNW EL RANCHO - 2.3 in.
 •  null SANDIA PARK - 2.3 in.
 • 8 S HAYDEN - 2.3 in.
 • 3 SW PORTALES - 2.3 in.
 • 2 W DATIL - 2.3 in.
 • 7 SE YATES - 2.3 in.
 • 4 N NEWKIRK - 2.2 in.
 • 3 SW PORTALES - 2.2 in.
 • 6 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 2.0 in.
 • 1 NNE CORRALES - 2.0 in.
 • 2 SW RIO RANCHO - 2.0 in.
 •  null CIMARRON - 2.0 in.
 •  null PORTALES - 2.0 in.
 • 4 NNW TRES RITOS - 2.0 in.
 • 7 NNW ALBUQUERQUE - 2.0 in.
 • 5 ESE RED RIVER - 2.0 in.
 • 22 WNW HAYDEN - 2.0 in.
 • 5 NW CANONES - 2.0 in.
 • 6 NNW ALBUQUERQUE - 2.0 in.
 • 5 NW CHAMA - 2.0 in.
 • 1 ESE MENTMORE - 2.0 in.
 • 2 ENE GALLUP - 2.0 in.
 • 8 SSW SAN MIGUEL - 2.0 in.
 • 11 NNW CANON PLAZA - 2.0 in.
 • 4 WNW RIO RANCHO - 2.0 in.
 • 3 NNE ROSWELL - 2.0 in.
 • 1 ESE CLOVIS - 2.0 in.
 •  null CHAMA - 2.0 in.

 • 6 NNW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.8 in.
 • 1 W MCCARTYS - 1.8 in.
 • 1 ENE CORRALES - 1.5 in.
 • 6 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.5 in.
 • 8 SE ALBUQUERQUE - 1.5 in.
 • 5 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.5 in.
 • 3 NW CARNUEL - 1.5 in.
 • 2 WNW CLAYTON - 1.5 in.
 • 2 E SEDILLO - 1.4 in.
 • 1 W CORONA - 1.3 in.
 • 3 S SANTA FE - 1.2 in.
 • 6 NNW ROSWELL - 1.2 in.
 • 4 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.1 in.
 • 4 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.1 in.
 • 4 NW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.1 in.
 •  null CAPITAN - 1.0 in.
 • 6 NE ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 • 7 SW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 •  null NATL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBS - 1.0 in.
 • 8 ESE ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 • 5 SE ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 • 4 W ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 • 2 ENE TAOS - 1.0 in.
 • 2 SSW SANTA ANA PUEBLO - 1.0 in.
 • 1 N RATON - 1.0 in.
 • 5 SSW PORTALES - 1.0 in.
 • 9 NE ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 •  null SAN FIDEL - 1.0 in.
 • 3 W LOGAN - 1.0 in.
 • 5 WSW ALBUQUERQUE - 1.0 in.
 • 2 S VALENCIA - 1.0 in.

 • 3 W ALBUQUERQUE - 0.8 in.
 • 4 ESE ALBUQUERQUE - 0.8 in.
 • 2 SSE ALBUQUERQUE - 0.7 in.
 • 1 E VALENCIA - 0.6 in.
 • 4 SSE ALBUQUERQUE - 0.5 in.
 • 8 W SANDIA PARK - 0.5 in.
 • 1 S PERALTA - 0.5 in.
 • 5 S ALBUQUERQUE - 0.5 in.
 • 2 SSE PERALTA - 0.5 in.
 • 4 WSW JARALES - 0.5 in.
 •  null RIO COMMUNITIES - 0.5 in.
 • 2 WNW PLACITAS - 0.5 in.
 • 5 N ROSWELL - 0.5 in.
 • 3 E ALBUQUERQUE - 0.5 in.
 • 1 SSW RUIDOSO - 0.5 in.
 • 7 E ALBUQUERQUE - 0.4 in.
 • 5 S ALBUQUERQUE - 0.4 in.
 • 7 ESE KENNA - 0.3 in.
 • 8 SW ALBUQUERQUE - 0.3 in.
 • 8 NNW OMEGA - 0.3 in.
 • 7 W SANDIA PARK - 0.3 in.
 • 5 ESE ALBUQUERQUE - 0.3 in.
 • 5 E ALBUQUERQUE - 0.2 in.
 •  null SAN ANTONIO - 0.2 in.
 • 4 NW CARNUEL - 0.2 in.
 • 4 NE ALBUQUERQUE - 0.2 in.

 •  null FARMINGTON - T in.
 • 5 E ALBUQUERQUE - T in.
 • 3 NE ALBUQUERQUE - T in.
 • 5 NW ALBUQUERQUE - T in.
 • 6 ENE ALBUQUERQUE - T in.
Last updated:
0943 AM 02/12/2020

Thoughts On Our Latest Winter Storm.

Ski Apache reported 6" of new snow this morning bringing their seasonal total to 95".

What a letdown here in the Pecos Valley. What looked like a good opportunity for some decent snowfall totals ended up falling flat for many of us. Most disappointing I think was the mountains where Sunspot recorded a storm total of only 6.8", Cloudcroft 2.5", and Ruidoso 4.0". This when 6" to 12" or more were forecast, while Ski Apache was expecting to see around 18". 

Runyan Ranches located on U.S. Hwy 82 a couple of miles east of Elk in southwest Chaves County picked up 6" of snow and noted a low temperature of 8º.

Carlsbad officially had 1.0" of snowfall and an inch on the ground at 6 PM MST yesterday evening. I recorded a storm total of 0.6" with a half of an inch on the ground at 9 pm last night. Rain changed over to sleet and snow yesterday morning and continued off and on throughout the day into the early evening. My temperature hovered around 34º for most of the day, and that with a warm ground melted the snow and sleet as it fell. Otherwise, we could have ended up with about 2.0" on the ground. 

My seasonal snowfall total to-date is now up to 4.8", making this the snowiest February for me since 2011 when 5.9" fell that month. It's also the snowiest season in the past five years (4.7" so far) since the winter of 2015/2016 when 23.0" fell.

NWS Midland Local Snowfall Reports.









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