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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 22, 2018 at 3:45:03 am MST

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Snow will persist along and west of the Continental Divide this morning. some highways including Interstate 40 from the Arizona border to the Grants area may be snow packed and icy early this morning. For the latest road conditions in New Mexico call 511 or visit
Snow amounts will peak around 18 inches in the Tusas Mountains and over a foot in the San Pedro Parks Wilderness.
A storm system will eject northeastward across the Four Corners and northern mountains tonight through Thursday. Periods of heavy snow are expected tonight through Thursday morning, then snow will gradually decrease in coverage and intensity through mid day Thursday, before tapering off Thursday afternoon.
The heaviest snow is expected to impact the Highway 64 corridor from around Eagle Nest to around Dulce.
After tonight's round of snow showers across the northern mtns, another quick hitting storm will bring more snow across the north Fri night into Saturday.

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