MONDAY: Low elevation rain and mountain snow blankets western, central and northern NM this morning – with more on the way this afternoon! Expect on and off showers to continue through this evening with the majority of what falls in the form of rain. Snow levels will start at about 9500ft before slowly lowering to 7000ft tonight into Tuesday morning. A mostly to partly cloudy sky will blanket the state with afternoon highs near (to just above) seasonal averages.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect for the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (+9500ft) through 5AM Tuesday. Snow accumulation of 4″-8″ possible.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect for the NW Highlands, Jemez Mtns, upper Rio Grande Valley and western slopes of Sangre de Cristo Mountains beginning 5PM Monday through 5AM Tuesday. Snow accumulation of 1″-4″ possible above 7500ft.
TUESDAY: Snow showers will likely linger over the Northern Mountains and Southern Colorado through late morning before slowly diminishing through the day. The rest of us will see an afternoon of mostly sunny conditions and temperatures near normal (although a bit cooler than Monday).
WEDNESDAY: Cool temperatures in the 40s, 50s and 60s will sit under a clear, sunny sky – a nice day to get outside (but don’t forget the jacket!)