NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Lincoln National Forest officials have delayed a prescribed burn due to snowfall. They say a foot of snow fell in areas across the forest so instead, managers will focus on pile burning 11 miles southwest of Weed.
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They say those burns will continue through the week as long as conditions are favorable. Smoke may be visible from Alamogordo to Cloudcroft and up to Pinion.