Check the hour-by-hour winter storm forecast

Check the hour-by-hour winter storm forecast

Check the hour-by-hour forecast for the winter storm moving through New Mexico

Or legal analysis. Let’s take a look directly at the exterior in Albuquerque. We believe “Blustery” is the word. It snowed this morning in Albuquerque. Now it’s just that wind and cold. Byron, we’ve got the most accurate predictions. What a day Byron. Yes, and we really feel for Alyssa Munoz, our Raton-area correspondent. And of course, everyone in northeastern New Mexico is dealing with these blizzard conditions right now. This is a live view from Raton Cruz Airport, where it is 15 degrees, the wind is very strong and dangerously strong and blowing snow, resulting in really poor visibility. And look at this. We’re looking east toward the mountains here in Albuquerque. But you don’t see it because it is covered by clouds. Snow is falling in the eastern mountains now. Gusty winds, bitter cold, cold winds out there. I’m going to grab my glasses. I was wondering why I couldn’t see well as we were also looking at that snow storm over northeastern New Mexico, the coldest air so far this season. And a new winter storm, too. Katie said using the radar there, there’s snow on the east side of Albuquerque and the foothills, as well as the eastern mountains, the Four Hills area, the Sandia Mountains, the Manzano Mountains, as we mentioned, and we’re also looking at snow inland Santa Fe now, continuing the largest collection of snow from Raton. Via Mosquito to Tucumcari, Santa Rosa, Fort Sumner and Clovis. Now, this is where we have those blizzard warnings in effect around Raton, Las Vegas, East Las Vegas to Clayton. Also, Tucumcari and winter weather tips from Las Vegas to Santa Rosa. The Sandia Manzano Mountains continue to provide winter weather warnings. WIND WARNINGS Wind warnings across much of western, southern and eastern New Mexico, with dangerous wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph. And check out the latest wind gusts of 54 mph in Raton, 62 mph in Clayton, and look at the visibility with snow and blowing snow. Zero visibility for Clayton, Tucumcari and only one mile visibility and Santa Rosa with snow. Bitter cold winds are blowing there too. Two below zero is what it feels like in Raton. It’s like being 18 years old here in Albuquerque and seeing the system moving away from eastern New Mexico. But on the back side of this system, this is what is bringing snow, wind and blizzard conditions across northeastern New Mexico. By 5:00, the bulk of the snow had moved out, but there were still very strong winds. We will see things calm as we head through tonight. But cold temperatures will rise across the state. Additional snowfall favors northern and eastern parts of New Mexico. Heaviest from Raton to Clayton. As we head through the afternoon and those very strong winds will continue into the evening and overnight hours across the Northeast before tapering off by tomorrow, it looks like that’s the case. But boy, it’s going to be pretty cold out there with any wind tomorrow morning. Look at these cold winds that will reach many areas across northern New Mexico with temperatures reaching below zero. If you and your pets are cold, make sure they have a warm place. We’ll be back enjoying the Tuesday sunshine tomorrow, but it will be cool and breezy out there. 20s, 30s and 40s in most of New Mexico. Then, the next winter storm is expected to move in on Thursday with more snow across the northern and western parts of the state and a very strong Gus force.

Check the hour-by-hour forecast for the winter storm moving through New Mexico

A blizzard warning has been issued for parts of New Mexico as a winter storm brings dangerous winter weather to parts of the state. Blizzard Warning Colfax, Mora and Union counties are under a Blizzard Warning until Tuesday morning. This includes the cities of Raton, Des Moines, Tucumcari, Clovis, Melrose and Clayton. What to Expect Blizzard conditions can be expected in the warning area. 2 to 5 inches of new snowfall is possible for most areas in the warning area while 6 to 12 inches of snow is possible near Raton and Capulin Pass. Weather Resources: Current Conditions | Interactive Radar | Watches and warnings | Winds are also expected to reach 65 mph in the area under a blizzard warning. Timing Heavy snow and strongest winds are also expected during the day. Areas of snow are possible after the snow ends tonight. Storm Tracking: Track the storm using interactive radar. Travel Impacts: Travel along all highways, including Interstate 25, may become very difficult or impossible. Some road closures can be expected and some delays may occur. Road Conditions: Check the latest road conditions with Traffic Watch 7. Widespread blowing snow may reduce visibility and create whiteout conditions in areas under a blizzard warning. Strong winds may cause damage to trees and power lines. Be sure to download the KOAT app to receive personalized weather alerts. You can see the latest forecasts on the app as well. Check live interactive school radar closings and delays, live weather conditions and severe weather alerts for your area Download the KOAT app on iPhone Download the KOAT app on Android

A blizzard warning has been issued for parts of New Mexico, as a winter storm brings dangerous winter weather to parts of the state.

Snow storm warning

Colfax, Mora and Union counties are under a blizzard warning until Tuesday morning. This includes the cities of Raton, Des Moines, Tucumcari, Clovis, Melrose and Clayton.

what are you expecting

Blizzard conditions can be expected in the warning area. 2 to 5 inches of new snow is possible for most areas in the warning area while 6 to 12 inches of snow is possible near Raton and Capulin Pass.

Weather Resources: Present states or current states | Interactive radar | Watches and warnings | Closures and delays

Winds are also expected to reach 65 mph in the area under a blizzard warning.

timing

Heavy snowfall and strongest winds are expected during the day. Areas of blowing snow are possible after the snow ends tonight.

Storm tracking: Track the storm with interactive radar

Travel effects

Travel on all interstates, including Interstate 25, may become very difficult or impossible. Some road closures can be expected and some delays may occur.

Road conditions: Check the latest road conditions with Traffic Watch 7

Widespread snowfall could reduce visibility and create whiteout conditions in areas under a blizzard warning.

Strong winds can cause damage to trees and power lines.


Be sure to download the KOAT app to receive personalized weather alerts. You can see the latest forecasts on the app as well.

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