ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – Roswell stayed mostly dry Monday but they did experience the cold and the wind. In fact, what’s usually one of the warmest cities in the state, reached a high of just 33 degrees. They won’t be left out when it comes to precipitation. Snow is expected to start falling overnight, with things really ramping up Tuesday morning.
- Major winter storm hits New Mexico bringing snow, cold temperatures
- New Mexico blasted by snow, wind and freezing temperatures
- PHOTOS: Snow falls across New Mexico Monday
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