Snow will become heaviest most places Monday morning as a cold front crosses from the West, then persists across the north through Tuesday. Blowing snow will be most problematic Monday and into Tuesday across the northeast.
The heaviest snow will impact the Northern mountains and Upper Rio Grande Valley, with more moderate amounts elsewhere across northern, western and central areas.
- Several inches of snow is expected across much of Western and Northern New Mexico, with over 1.5 feet in the mountains near the Colorado border.
- Snow combined with cold conditions and blowing snow will lead to travel impacts, with impacts greatest on roads through the Northern and Western mountains, as well as the upper Rio Grande Valley. This includes I-40 west of Albuquerque, and I-25 over Glorietta and Raton Passes.
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— Submitted by David L. Craft, Meteorologist, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Albuquerque