Chris’ Friday Night Forecast

Our Christmas storm is moving out of the region and behind it, a ton of cold air!   Temperatures overnight will be dipping into the teens, single digits, and even below zero in parts of the mountains.   Even though the snow is letting up watch out for slick roads with temperatures dropping overnight and also there’s a chance for freezing fog early in the morning in Northern New Mexico.   After a frigid start on Saturday, we will see the sunshine but temperatures will be well below average for a change with the cold temps lingering into Sunday.    High temperatures try to recover some on Monday, but another cold front is going to send the temps tumbling to well below average levels as we get set to ring in 2015!   So the heavy winter gear is going to be needed to stay warm over the next week!  We are watching the chance for another storm to roll through New Mexico by New Year’s Day so stay tuned!

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