Spotter activation will not be needed. Fir ificant snowfall will be possible late Friday night through saturday, for the higher terrain as well as the I corridor and adjacent plains, as another fast moving weather system crosses the region. Today and Tonight.
Light snow continues over the far west Thursday, spreading eastward Thursday afternoon into early Friday. Thursday through Tuesday A shallow system will bring light snow showers to the northern mountains on Thursday before high pressure returns on Friday. Today and Tonight Strong northerly winds are expected 300 the far eastern plains through this afternoon, with winds gusting to 40 to 50 mph at times.
Today and Tonight Occasional light snow showers and patchy fog will continue this morning. Light snow returns to northwestern portions late tonight. Weather spotters are encouraged to report ificant weather conditions, according to standard operating procedures.
Weather spotters will not be needed today or tonight. Thursday through Tuesday Isolated snow showers are forecast across the central mountains and the Pikes Peak region Thursday evening through Friday morning, as an upper disturbance passes by to the hw.
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Today and Tonight A back door cold front has brought strong winds to far northeast New Mexico. Generally dry weather will prevail from Sunday onwards. Temperatures will be around seasonal normals, even a tad below through early next week. Fog possible this morning in the Jackson Valley.
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Thursday through Tuesday There will be a chance of snow in the mountains Thursday night, then ffor better chance on Saturday. Spotters are encouraged to report snowfall amounts through the National Weather Service Albuquerque web site at weather. Clouds will increase tonight ahead of the next disturbance.
Speeds will be 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 45 mph out of the north through this morning. Snow will develop over the northeast mountains Saturday morning, then spread south Saturday afternoon and night to include the central mountains to the Tx border.
Today and Tonight Expect gusty northwest winds up to 30 mph across the northeast plains of Colorado today. ificant snowfall will be possible. Thursday through Tuesday.
Otherwise, no hazardous weather is expected. Thursday and Friday The southern half of the plains will see a chance of light snow on Saturday and Saturday evening. Yet another storm will drop into the region on Renl with periods of showers expected.