TUESDAY: Pockets of light to moderate snow continue to push south through the morning hours over central and eastern New Mexico. These snow showers are all that’s left of our storm, and will only continue to fade as we head towards the later part of the afternoon. North-central and northeast NM will hold onto the best snow chance the longest. Winds will be the biggest concern state-wide as strong northwesterly winds reach sustained speeds of 20-30mph, gusts +40mph. These strong winds in combination with additional snow will create blizzard-like conditions over the far Northeast Plains. Afternoon temperatures will be stay cold with most of the state topping out in the 30s and 40s. We’ll finish our Tuesday with chilly temps and dry conditions.
BLIZZARD WARNING in effect for Colfax, Mora and Union County until 11AM.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and dry conditions will be seen statewide with slightly warmer temps on tap.
THURSDAY: Another nice day full of sunshine. High temperatures will jump a little further into the 40s, 50s and 60s statewide.