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Cold First Week Of The Meteorological Winter.

Canadian (GEM) 300 MB (30,000') Jet Stream Forecast. Valid At 5 AM MST Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Meteorological Beginning Of Winter Ushers In A Cold Week. Surface Map Analysis Today (Sunday). Valid At 11 AM MST Sunday Morning. Regional Reported High Temperatures Sunday. Chilly Day Sunday In NM - The Week Ahead Will Be Too! Sunday's high temperatures across New Mexico and nearby areas were some 10º to 15º below normal for the date. This trend will continue for the upcoming post-holiday work week (except for Tuesday). A weak cold front entered the Southeastern Plains this morning and pushed southward out of the area through the day. A second stronger cold front is forecast to drop southward into New Mexico Tuesday and Tuesday night bringing even colder temperatures behind it.  Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 5 PM MST Tuesday, December 1, 2020. NWS High-Temperature Forecasts. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday.  Friday. NWS Low-Temperature Forecasts. Monday Morning. Tuesday Morn

Colder Today & Saturday - Light To Moderate Snowfall In The Mountains.

NAM 3 KM 500 MB (18,000') Analysis. Valid At 5 AM MST Friday Morning. NAM 3 KM 500 MB (18,000') Forecast. Valid At 3 PM MST Saturday. Water Vapor Satellite Image. Valid At 7:16 AM MST Friday Morning. Strong But Moisture Starved Winter Storm Headed To New Mexico. Mid and upper-level dynamics associated with our approaching closed low are still impressive this morning. Unfortunately, this storm lacks deep low-mid level moisture to work with therefore snowfall totals will be lower than could be. This system is forecast to crawl across Central New Mexico today into tonight then lift northeastward into the Texas Panhandle Saturday afternoon.  U.S. Temperatures. At 8 AM MST Friday Morning. New Mexico Temperatures. Valid At 8:30 AM MST Friday Morning. Colder Today With Snow Developing From West To East Across New Mexico. Colder air overspread the state overnight behind yesterday afternoon and evening's cold front. It's a tad chilly across the Land of Enchantment this morning.

Beautiful Thanksgiving Weather - Snow Black Friday Night Into Saturday?

Beautiful Thanksgiving Weather! NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperatures. Thanksgiving Day. Sunny skies, light winds, and afternoon high temperatures in the upper 60's to mid 70's are forecast across the Southeastern Plains of New Mexico today. Average high/low temperatures for Nov 26th range from the upper 60's across the lower elevations, to the mid 50's and mid 40's in the mountains. Lows in the mountains average in the 20's and plains. Thanksgiving weather just does not get much better than this unless of course, you like the cold and snow like me. Enjoy New Mexico's holiday weather today because this too shall change starting tonight.   Cold Front Arrives This Evening. Surface Map Forecast. Valid At 5 PM MST Thanksgiving Evening. Valid At 5 AM MST Saturday. A backdoor cold front will move south and west down the eastern side of New Mexico today arriving in the Pecos Valley around sunset. Temperatures will be some 15º colder behind the front on Friday. Low le

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