SANTA FE (KRQE) - A mix of rain and snow hit the East Mountains and Santa Fe especially hard Tuesday morning.
The driving conditions in Santa Fe are considered to be dangerous.
Snow flurries covered most sides of the road.
A lot of the storm was concentrated to the northern part of the city. On the south side of Santa Fe Tuesday morning, there are cold temperatures, slight breeze and light flurries.
Roads in the Albuquerque area are extremely wet.
There was a patch of fog at the top of La Bajada on I-25, which turned into snow coming into Santa Fe.
In the northern part of the Santa Fe and higher elevations it is estimated to have about one to two inches of snow accumulation.
Temperatures are between 32 and 34 degrees, coupled with the cold air.
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