Snow In Northern New Mexico Tonight - Chilly Week Ahead.

October 29, 2022.
Rattlesnake Springs Near Whites City, NM.

Snow To Our North - Chilly Week Ahead.


At 2 PM MST Sunday, November 13, 20222.


Surface Map Forecast.

Valid At 5 AM MST Monday, November 14, 2022.


Valid At 5 AM MST Monday, November 14, 2022.


Monday.


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Canadian (GEM) Forecast Low Temperatures.

Tuesday Moring.


NWS NDFD Storm Total Snowfall Forecast.

Valid Tonight Through 5 PM MST Monday.

NWS Albuquerque Storm Total Snowfall Forecast.


Snow - Colder - Windy Northern NM Tonight.

Northern/Northeastern NM & Central Mountains.

A fast moving mid-upper level storm moving southeast out of northwestern Arizona at sunset this evening will sweep across the state tonight. By sunrise it will be centered near Ruidoso.

At the surface a Pacific cold front associated with this mid-upper level storm will move eastward across the state tonight. By sunrise Monday morning it will have cleared the state as it continues eastward into West Texas.

A reinforcing shot of cold air will move into the state tonight into Monday behind the departing cold front. Tuesday morning looks to be another cold one areawide with lows across the Southeastern plains ranging from the upper teens to the mid 20's. The Sac's will see lows ranging from the mid-upper teens to the low 20's. 

A few light snow flurries may occur over parts of the Sacramento mountains tonight into early Monday morning but overall no significant accumulations or impacts are anticipated. 


Difficult winter travel conditions are expected late tonight through Monday morning for the northern mountains, upper Rio Grande Valley, far northeastern NM from Raton to Clayton, and stretching down into the Central Highlands along I-40 east of Moriarty at Clines Corners. Moderate accumulations of 3 to 6 inches are forecast at the higher elevations of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with the combination of snow and blowing snow through northeastern NM and the Central Highlands.

Conditions 
clear out through the day Monday with below normal temperatures persisting through the forecast period. Two more weak winter weather systems look to bring light snow to the northern mountains and northeastern plains Tuesday night and Friday. Bitter cold looks to invade much of New Mexico, and notably the eastern plains with Friday’s system.

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