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Tranquil Weather This Week.

At 6:30 AM MDT Sunday, Nov 15, 2020.

New Mexico Reported Low Sunday Morning.

Short Cooldown.



A Pacific cold front swept eastward through the state yesterday afternoon and evening bringing cooler temperatures behind it. Low temperatures this morning were close to seasonal averages for the date and our afternoon highs today will be close to the average for the date also.

Reported Peak Wind Gusts Saturday.


Saturday afternoon was breezy to windy across the local area. The strongest reported wind gusts were in the mountains.





Tranquill Weather Near Term.

Long-range forecasts indicate that rather tranquil weather will prevail over the area for the next week. Both the GFS and the ECMWF models hint that our next storm system to impact the state will show up in about a week from Monday. What specific impacts it will have is yet to be determined but overall we are looking for a cooler Thanksgiving week with the chance for rain and snow in some areas...the mountains.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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