Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 3, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 3, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 3, 2024

Impact Day: High wind temperatures across the state

We’re on Weather Impact Day where we’re uploading these slides for you guys. Here are satellite and radar. We’re also tracking some snow across areas of northern New Mexico. So, in addition to the gusty winds we’ll be tracking today, we’re definitely tracking some wintry precipitation across areas of northern New Mexico. Here’s what’s happening now when it comes to winter storm advisories. And warnings. WARNINGS For pink shaded areas where we can see about 1 to 2 feet of snow marked with this purple color, you can see anywhere from about 2 to 6 inches of snow. This expires later this evening. We could see areas of snow as well, which will also reduce visibility. So, a snapshot in time of how much snow we could accumulate, of course, probably about two inches there toward Taos, maybe closer to seven inches near Raton. This is just one specific model. What we’re looking for are these darker colors, which of course would be the mountain peaks in northern New Mexico. Again, this is something that we will be tracking throughout the rest of the day and into tomorrow morning. But for now, the wind will really be the big issue. You can still see a little bit of dust on the roads, as well as temperatures around freezing with wind speeds around 18 mph. Also fresh through Silver City now at 17 mph. The good news is that Albuquerque’s winds have been relatively light so far this morning, but they will pick up. That’s why we’re under a wind warning, at least until tomorrow morning, when we could see wind gusts up to 55 mph. High Wind Warning Area locations could see wind speeds up to 65 mph. These are damaging winds, folks, and are just a snapshot of what we could see around 6:00 later this evening. Well, it will still be windy around 6:00 p.m., and those shaded brown are the areas with wind speeds over 60 mph. Once again, damaging winds will be a major concern. Temperatures today are in the 50s for us here in Albuquerque towards southeastern New Mexico. We are looking at highs today in the 60s. We’ll keep mountain snow in the forecast nicely throughout the day today, which will be great news for ski resorts. The second half of the weekend looks a little better. We will see more sunny winds, but not as strong as we expect today. For the most part, yes, we will see mostly sunny conditions with temperatures. Maybe a degree or two warmer too. So I put it together. Here’s the forecast for Northwest New Mexico in the mid 40s today. With those gusty winds, it will be a bit chilly tomorrow with more sunshine. And then the cloud cover will increase as we track the next Pacific storm system that is scheduled to arrive here in the early to middle part of the work week. Today we are in the 50s in Lordsburg, right there towards the I-10 corridor areas where dust is very likely to blow across southwest Mexico today. Very breezy tomorrow and then those temperatures will warm up and increase cloud cover for Monday and Tuesday in southeastern New Mexico. We’re in the upper 50s FORT SUMNER in the 40s for you. Also 54 degrees, the highest in Alamogordo. Windy today and tomorrow. And by the time Monday rolls around, we’ll calm those winds a little bit and increase cloud coverage to 70 degrees, although Wednesday will be quite a mild day for you guys out there across northeastern Mexico near Raton Pass. It might be a little awkward with the snow we’re having this morning. Of course, the winds also make it difficult to travel along I-25, especially with areas likely to snow near Las Vegas by the time we get into north-central New Mexico, though we’ll still see those snow showers for Taos and the Red River, it was a great ride all night. Remember those winter storm warnings and advisories, which are in effect at least through this evening and Santa Fe, as we track snow this morning. We’ll keep snow in our forecast, but it’ll still be windy for you guys out there. Uh, which again, can reduce visibility at ski resorts. 45 will be our high tomorrow with more sunshine and a little calmer weather here in the metro. It is a weather impact day for gusty winds. We can see them moving around 50 to

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 3, 2024

Impact Day: High wind temperatures across the state

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