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Last Map Update: Sat, Mar. 17, 2018 at 10:04:03 pm MDT

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Relatively mild overnight as middle and high clouds increase and winds stay up in the higher terrain.
A fast-moving low pressure system will move across northern New Mexico Sunday, accompanied by a strong Pacific cold front. High temperatures Sunday will be 10 to 15 degrees below normal west of the central mountains and near normal to 10 degrees below normal to the east. Strong to very strong west winds are expected behind the cold front. Wind gusts to around 65 mph will be possible Sunday afternoon and early evening from the Sandia Mountains southward to the Sacramento Mountains and eastward to the Texas border.
Accumulating snow will be most likely Sunday-Sunday night for the higher terrain of the Chuska, San Juan, Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains.
Join us for a storm spotter training course in Roswell on March 20th! This is a great opportunity to learn about severe weather in New Mexico! This free event is open to anyone interested!

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