Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 4, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 4, 2024

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 4, 2024

Active winds and clear skies across the state

This is an amazing thing. In the last 24 hours, we’ve gotten amazing amounts of snow at the ski resort. So let me give you the updated numbers. Within the past 24 to 48 hours. Yes, within the last 24 hours. Santa Fe skiing saw 16 inches of snow. Until now. Mount Pajarito was taken at four inches, and Taos at 16 inches. And of course the Red River at 15 inches. Apache skiing. We are still at zero. We likely won’t add any snow in the near future. Maybe until we get to Thursday, we can start to see a little more moisture up there toward the Sacramento Mountains, but you have trace amounts of moisture in the Santa Fe, Taos, and Raton areas. But for the most part, it was the ski resorts that relied on all the snow we saw with yesterday’s system. As of now, we’re waking up to clear skies, and we’re still seeing a little bit of cloud cover out there toward western New Mexico. But for the most part, we’ll still see more sunshine today and wind as well. We have a high wind warning in effect at least until 8:00 this morning, where we could see winds of up to 75 mph across southeastern New Mexico. Just a snapshot of our wind speeds at lunchtime. Today will be breezy to the low end, blustery, and breezy for us here in the Albuquerque metro with the wind speeds. About 25 to 30 mph. But of course, over there towards the eastern half of the state, I think you guys could see wind speeds around 30 to 35 miles per hour. So we’re on our way to your side of the state today. But temperatures will be back up by about a degree or two, and will be a little warmer thanks to today’s hotter sun. Highs are in the upper 40s and lower 40s compared to the upper 30s. Yesterday in northern New Mexico. We are in the low 60s for Las Cruces, or high 50s for Deming today. As we fast forward through the rest of the day, you will notice more sunshine today as well as Monday. Monday will be our last dry day of the week until we start seeing the next Pacific storm system. inches closer to the east. So, we’ll start to see cloud cover start to build later Monday afternoon and into Monday evening. Highs 50s in Albuquerque. Then Tuesday comes where it will be. The first trillion of the system makes its way to the state. So, we’ll start to see more rain, head toward southwest New Mexico and then get closer to the Albuquerque metro. By Tuesday evening. So here’s the forecast across northwest New Mexico. We’re in the mid-40s for Gallup. Good morning. Chenle. We reached 48 degrees today. We’ll increase that cloud cover on Monday as well. As for Tuesday. It’s Wednesday and Thursday. We’re where we’re going to see more rain and snow in the forecast across southwestern New Mexico. We’ll see a picture-perfect day. Best half of the weekend. Do you remember yesterday we were full of dust and wind? Today will be in the 60s for a T or C in LAS CRUCES, and high 40s for SILVER CITY. We were back in the mid 50s on Monday. More cloud cover on Tuesday with a better chance of rain Tuesday evening and especially Wednesday. We will see a mix of rain and snow in the forecast. Southeast New Mexico, still windy for you guys out there. We have high wind warnings in effect for Lea and Eddy counties until 8:00 this morning. Windy for Roswell. Then we will see more cloud coverage on Monday. But two sprinkles could be seen on Wednesday with this next regime. With very consistent temperatures in the mid 60s. NE MEXICO We are in the mid 40s for CEDAR CREST. Good morning to our communities in the eastern mountains out there. Edgewood, you are on the map today at 4648 in Las Vegas. Once we get Tuesday into Wednesday, we will have a good chance of seeing rain and snow in Las Vegas, but it will still be windy on Wednesday as well as Thursday. I just want to let you know about the rain on Wednesday. This appears to be our best chance to see more widespread rain and snow across New Mexico. We’re in the high 40s in Taos today, 36 degrees in Red River, and 51 degrees tomorrow in Santa Fe. Then there is that rain and snow. Really for the next few days, starting with. Midweek through the end of next week in Santa Fe, and back here in the metro, we will see more sunshine. Still breezy for the first half of the day. The wind calms down around two o’clock

Andres KOAT 7 weather forecast for February 4, 2024

Active winds and clear skies across the state

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