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Seasonal Snowfall Totals & Saturday's Winds.

January 30th, 2021. Cloudcroft Ski Resort. Over the past week, the Sierra Blanca Snotel site is down but the last report I saw a couple of days ago indicated that the latest storm had dumped 19.5" of new snow on the mountain.  The CoCoRaHS reporting stations in and around Cloudcroft are reporting new snowfall totals of 8.0" to 12.5".  The Alto area northeast of Ruidoso is reporting 5.0" to 8.9" of new snowfall. The Ruidoso area 4.6" to 6.5" of new snowfall. The Capitan area 6.5". The Mayhill area is reporting 1.5" to 2.6" of new snowfall. Seasonal Snowfall Totals. (Oct 1st, 2020 - January 31st, 2021). January 2021 Snowfall Totals. Chaves County Snowfall Totals. (January 2021 & Season Totals). Eddy County Snowfall Totals. (January 2021 & Season Totals). Lea County Snowfall Totals. (January 2021 & Season Totals). Lincoln County Snowfall Totals. (January 2021 & Season Totals). Otero County Snowfall Totals. (January 2021 &a

Heavy Snow For The Sac's - Windy In The Plains!

NWS NDFD Total Snowfall Forecast. Today Through 5 AM MST Thursday. NWS Albuquerque Total Snowfall Forecast. NWS NDFD Total Precipitation Forecast. Today Through 5 AM MST Thursday. NWS NDFD Peak Wind Gust Forecast. Today Through 5 PM MST Wednesday. Surface Map Forecasts. NWS NDFD Forecast High-Temperatures. Today. Tuesday. Wednesday. NWS MesoWest Reported Peak Wind Gusts. (24-Hour Gusts Recorded Sunday). Stormy Today Into Tuesday! My Winter Weather Page    (Local Road Conditions & More.) A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the southern Sacramento Mountains from 2 PM MST this Monday afternoon through 11 PM MST Tuesday night. Heavy snow, blowing snow, and near whiteout, conditions are forecast. New snowfall totals of 8"-12" are forecast with locally heavier totals. Travel will become difficult to impossible at times especially at the higher elevations. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the northern Sacramento Mountains from 5 PM MST this Monday afternoon throu

High Winds/Blowing Dust Rain & Mountain Snows Today Into Tuesday.

January 10, 2021. This photo was taken just east of Mayhill. Looking back to the west on U.S. Hwy 82. Light snow overnight left 1/2" to 1" on the ground and by the time we got here most of it had melted. A light glazing of rime ice still coated the pine trees caused by the freezing fog overnight into the early morning hours. Visibile Satellite Image. 8:16 AM MST Sunday, January 24, 2021. Low level southeasterly upslope flow from the Gulf of Mexico worked its way northwestward into Southeastern New Mexico overnight. As this moist and warmer air mass traveled up the slope (caprock) it begin to cool and condense with the result being fog and drizzle across the local area. This will burn off around noontime as the atmosphere begins to mix out with strong down slopping southwesterly winds kicking. A weak dryline will get shoved into the eastern Permian Basin by tonight. Winter Storm Brings A Variety Of Weather To NM. Surface Map Forecasts. 5 PM MST Today. 5 AM MST Monday. 5 PM MST

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