ANGEL FIRE, N.M. (KRQE) – Some parts of the state have already received snow.
Angel Fire Resort sent in a photo saying the resort received 2.5 inches Monday.Temperatures dropped Sunday and a freeze warning was in effect for the four corners area and the Española valley.
If more snow continues, this could mean a good winter for ski resorts.
Taso Ski Valley plans to open its season Thanksgiving Day. The resort will offer a new chairlift to Kachina Peak, and a new hike-to terrain with 35 acres of tree skiing that can be reached from the West Basin Ridge.