Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 10, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 10, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 10, 2024

Impact Day: Winter storms across the state with lots of mountain snow

Kobe statues at later dates. Now remember this now to get the full forecast. Hey, good morning. Yes, we are having a weather impact day due to all the snow we will be tracking here in the Albuquerque metro in just a few hours or so. But here the satellite radar has been running for the past three hours. You can see that we are moving further away from the snow ranges towards east of Albuquerque in the Moriarty and Santa Rosa area. Despite this, we are still seeing some sort of mixed precipitation. Just north of Roswell. So, the areas towards the Plains are dealing with it so far this morning it looks like the Sacramento Mountains have seen a few snow flurries early this morning. A live look from our cameras over there in Silver City. You can see those streets are wet now. Temperatures are above freezing at 28 degrees there toward Farmington. We’re also at 30 degrees now. Our Albuquerque camera seems to be having a bit of a glitch here, but at least the temperatures are above freezing. Until now. But yeah, today’s weather impacts because this winter storm is moving from west to east, favoring areas of northern and central New Mexico, I think northeastern New Mexico will have the best chances of seeing any snow accumulation. We’re talking about 8 to 12 inches of snow in your neck of the woods. Heavy mountain snow will create some difficult travel conditions. So, if you’re going to the ski resorts, make sure you tune up your car, whether that’s putting chains on your tires or driving all our wheels, that’s probably your best bet heading into the ski resorts, at least for Saturday. But yes, here are the winter storm warnings and advisories, as most of northeastern New Mexico could see 8 to 12 inches of snow. This is in effect now until tomorrow morning. So, in the last 24 hours, that’s all we’ve seen. There are trace amounts of snow in the Sacramento Mountains. But yes, we will likely see a significant amount of snow accumulation by the end of the day. The FUTURE TRACK computer model shows you where the snow will fall, and also to the south. We’ll see mostly rain and maybe even some thunderstorms for areas like Deming in Las Cruces for lower elevations, but still see some snow for higher elevations in southwestern New Mexico to areas of northern New Mexico, at least for the rest of the day. When it comes to accumulation, this is just an idea of ​​where we could see again, the heaviest amount of snow will be heading toward northeastern Mexico, so we’re talking anywhere from eight to potentially up to 12 inches. But this particular model wants to bring 7.5 inches of snow by Monday morning. For areas like Las Vegas. For us here in Albuquerque, we’ll still have some snow and some rain in the eastern half of the state tomorrow. But this will basically be our drying day, our transition day, getting a little bit brighter. But there is still some cloud cover for areas of Albuquerque. Temperatures are still very cold. It’ll be brisk, too, depending on exactly where you are around the state, but for the most part, yeah, it’ll be pretty quick for Super Bowl Sunday. You put it together. This is the forecast for northwest New Mexico. We’re looking at temperatures in the upper 30s for Gallup across the top 30s for grants to Cuba. 35 degrees will be our high. We figure we’ll see intermittent snow showers again in Farmington. More cloud coverage tomorrow. Then it will be sunny and dry for a break the next couple of days towards southwest New Mexico. At higher elevations, snow falls toward lower elevations. We will see more rain showers, and maybe even some thunderstorms as well. The high temperature is 38 degrees for Silver City today. Across southeastern New Mexico, expect snow showers in areas of the Sacramento Mountains within. Also in Cloudcroft. Good morning, Alamogordo. Your highest temperature today is 48 degrees but towards Roswell. We will see mainly showers today, and we will likely see some flurries mixed in tonight into early tomorrow morning. But you can’t rule out the possibility of seeing some rumbles of thunder in your neck of the woods, too. Across areas of northeastern New Mexico. This will be the area that will see the most snow. Again, we’re talking about the possibility of 12 inches of snow from eight to eight, depending on exactly where you are. Raton Pass can get a little dicey too. So, if you are traveling to southern Colorado, make sure you are aware of all the road conditions there. 35 will be our high today in Las Vegas. We’ll keep the cloud cover in place tomorrow, but overall, even as we see some snowfall mixed in there tomorrow morning, as well as across areas of north-central New Mexico, it’ll be snowing across a lot of the northern mountains. Great news for ski resorts. Whether it’s the Pajarito Trail, Los Alamos, Taos Ski Valley, or the Red River, things look pretty amazing in your neck of the woods when it comes to seeing snowfall. But again, traveling in this area will be a bit difficult, so make sure you only need to travel if it’s absolutely necessary. So we’re looking at highs today in the mid 30s for Santa Fe. We will still see some snowfall early tomorrow morning. But here in the metro the temperatures reached 42 degrees. But we will see intermittent snow showers again. This is the seven-day forecast. Yes, it is the effect of the weather

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 10, 2024

Impact Day: Winter storms across the state with lots of mountain snow

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