Mark’s Tuesday Evening Forecast

A cold front will continue its progress across New Mexico overnight. We could pick up a few showers over the east slopes of the northern mountains, however, the big impact will be the aforementioned temp drop and gusty winds through Wednesday morning. A good portion of eastern New Mexico will see blowing dust. By Wednesday afternoon, clear skies and calming winds will be the rule.

On Thursday, all eyes will be on a storm system to our west. The storm will pass through the state Friday, packing some mountain snow and some scattered valley storms. Could this be a nice snow maker? Here is a quick look at model snow projections. Six inches or more looks very possible.

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