Snow continues to fall across southern New Mexico

Weather Video Forecast

Snow chances will continue favoring southern NM through the day Wednesday with additional accumulation likely in the NM Bootheel (2″-4″).  Elsewhere, cloudy skies and flurries will gradually give way to more sunshine. The ABQ and Santa Fe metro areas have potential to see a few light snow showers, however, accumulation is not likely. The biggest sore spot on Wednesday will be snow-packed and dicey road conditions due to accumulating snow earlier in the week — be sure to factor in extra travel time.

With our winter storm departing and high-pressure building over the area in its place, more sunshine is expected across the state Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will be slow to recover… but a gradual warming trend will get underway late week through the weekend.

Our next big weather maker looks to arrive late Saturday into Sunday bringing a mix of rain and snow. (NOTE: This storm is tapping into some subtropical moisture — relatively warmer — so it is not expected to be a repeat of the back-to-back storms we had to finish December / start January.)

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