SEDILLO, N.M. (KRQE) - People across New Mexico woke up to snow Thursday morning from close to a foot up north to a dusting in the East Mountains.
Angel Fire Resort reported 9 inches at the top of the mountain and 6 inches of powder at the base.
Even the metro area got a taste of winter. In the East Mountains Interstate 40 on Sedillo hill saw only a dusting, but the storm also brought fog making for a tough morning commute.
And the snow even fell farther south in Tijeras.
That area got about half an inch snow but also a lot of hail overnight making the roads a bit icy in the morning.
It's the first snow of the season for that area.
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