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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 27, 2017 at 4:34:04 am MDT

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Near to slightly above normal temperatures will prevail today. Expect mostly cloudy skies by afternoon along with breezy to locally windy conditions. A few showers will move into far northwest and north-central New Mexico.
A Pacific system will bring accumulating snow with lowering snow levels late tonight through Wednesday. The most significant amounts are forecast across the peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and near Raton Pass, where over one foot of snow is possible.
A Pacific low will impact the area beginning tonight, then continue through Wednesday. The most significant impacts from snow will be Tuesday night into Wednesday across north central and northeast portions of the state and mainly at or above 7,000 ft.
Record warmth in March 2017 resulted in 143 records at 34 stations on 15 days.
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SKYWARN Spotter training classes are free and open to anyone who has an interest in learning about severe weather in eastern New Mexico. A class is currently scheduled in Clovis on Thursday, March 30th from 6-8:30pm.

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