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Heavy snow is expected in some parts of New Mexico

Grant forecast for Monday night

Another winter storm will bring heavy snow to the northern mountains of New Mexico and the mountains of southern Colorado by Thursday. Probability of snowfall in lower places on Wednesday as a stronger storm system moves into the state.

Strong winds erupted Monday afternoon in southern and eastern New Mexico as a jet stream over the state moved rapidly. At night the wind weakens. Snow will start to fall at night on the San Juan Mountains in New Mexico and Colorado, as well as on the tops of the rest of the northern mountains in New Mexico. Snow will continue in the northern mountains and the San Juan Mountains until Tuesday afternoon. Some of the snow will also be heavy. Meanwhile, on Tuesday afternoon the wind will return to southern New Mexico as a strong cold front begins to move to the eastern parts of the state.

The cold front on Tuesday will persist in eastern New Mexico, leaving some areas in the northeastern part of the state below frost on Wednesday afternoon. In western New Mexico on Wednesday the main storm system will start moving, bringing snow to the mountains and lower altitudes as well as cooler temperatures. The snow will try to hit the Albuquerque metro on Wednesday night, but is likely to dry out before reaching the Rio Grande Valley. The storm system will disappear on Thursday afternoon, with snow remaining in the northern mountains.

In the San Juan Mountains will fall more than 3 feet of snow, on top of the northern mountains in New Mexico – 1-2 feet. By Thursday morning, light snow will be possible in the western and northern parts of New Mexico.

Calm weather will begin to return on Thursday afternoon when temperatures in eastern New Mexico begin to warm, but the western half of the state will be cool. The temperature will start to rise for everyone on Friday, the weekend will be calm weather, and next week – warmer.

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Heavy snow is expected in some parts of New Mexico

Grant forecast for Monday night

Another winter storm will bring heavy snow to the northern mountains of New Mexico and the mountains of southern Colorado by Thursday. Probability of snowfall in lower places on Wednesday as a stronger storm system moves into the state.

Strong winds erupted Monday afternoon in southern and eastern New Mexico as a jet stream over the state moved rapidly. At night the wind weakens. Snow will start to fall at night on the San Juan Mountains in New Mexico and Colorado, as well as on the tops of the rest of the northern mountains in New Mexico. Snow will continue in the northern mountains and the San Juan Mountains until Tuesday afternoon. Some of the snow will also be heavy. Meanwhile, on Tuesday afternoon the wind will return to southern New Mexico as a strong cold front begins to move to the eastern parts of the state.

The cold front on Tuesday will persist in eastern New Mexico, leaving some areas in the northeastern part of the state below frost on Wednesday afternoon. In western New Mexico on Wednesday the main storm system will start moving, bringing snow to the mountains and lower altitudes as well as cooler temperatures. The snow will try to hit the Albuquerque metro on Wednesday night, but is likely to dry out before reaching the Rio Grande Valley. The storm system will disappear on Thursday afternoon, with snow remaining in the northern mountains.

In the San Juan Mountains will fall more than 3 feet of snow, on top of the northern mountains in New Mexico – 1-2 feet. By Thursday morning, light snow will be possible in the western and northern parts of New Mexico.

Calm weather will begin to return on Thursday afternoon when temperatures in eastern New Mexico begin to warm, but the western half of the state will be cool. The temperature will start to rise for everyone on Friday, the weekend will be calm weather, and next week – warmer.

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