Get ready for a cold night with areas of fog around New Mexico. If you run into the fog tonight or on Monday morning, be sure to use your low-beam headlights.
After a cold start on Monday, the clouds will be increasing throughout the day ahead of our next storm system that arrives during the middle of the afternoon. This system will first impact the Four Corners around lunchtime bringing back the chance for snow and rain. The storm system will also crank up the wind and reinforce the cold temperatures.
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the San Juans of northern New Mexico are already under Winter Storm Watches while southwest Colorado is now under a Winter Weather Advisory. The San Juans could pick up 12+” while the Sangre de Cristo Mountains could get an additional 4-8″.
Once the front passes through Monday night, both high and low temperatures will be well below normal for this time of the year for the middle of the week. Highs will only be in the 20s & 30s in spots with lows dipping into the single digits & teens. Stay with KRQE News 13 for more weather updates.