Temperatures will be warmer today, but will still remain below normal. Breezy afternoon winds will continue, especially along the I- 40 corridor near Clines Corners. Courtesy of the NWS.
Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) are monitoring conditions on the ground to find potential windows to burn piles of woody debris in several previously thinned areas across the forest.
The North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) RTD Blue Buses, will not be in service on Wednesday, November 11, in observance of the Veterans Day holiday.
The Santa Fe County Growth Management Department (Land Use Department) is currently seeking interested members of the general public from Commission Districts 1, 3, 4, and 5 to serve on the Planning Commission for a two-year term beginning in January of 2021 and ending in January of 2023.
This year it’s easier than ever to purchase a permit to cut your own Christmas tree on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF). Online sales through Recreation.gov will begin Monday, Nov. 16, as a safer alternative to traditional in-person sales at SFNF offices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) today extended the closure order for a 4-mile segment of Forest Road (FR) 10 to protect public health and safety while crews continue work to replace a total of 24 culverts and resurface the road.
Near record warmth will continue today and Friday, then a couple storm systems will bring cooler air, wind, and precipitation this weekend into early next week.
Each week the Valley Daily Post features a few pets that are ready for adoption at the Española Humane. Take a look at this week’s highlighted pets and then drop by the shelter to see the whole selection.
The New Mexico Higher Education Department has recommended $29.7 million to fund infrastructure improvement projects at 22 college and university campuses across the state.
The state of New Mexico has partnered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to launch a dramatically expanded COVID-19 testing effort across southern New Mexico with the goal of driving down positivity rates to turn “red” counties to “green” and restore the economy of the region.
New Mexico agricultural producers are invited to attend virtual sessions regarding drought management and the water outlook in the state. The Southwest Border Food Protection and Emergency Preparedness Center at New Mexico State University will host the sessions via Zoom.
More than 350 doctors, nurses and health care practitioners and providers from all across New Mexico this week signed an open letter urging New Mexicans to double down on safe practices and personal caution to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the state’s health care and hospital resources.
Temperatures will continue to rise with more snow melting in eastern NM. Daytime highs wil reach the 50's and 60's over most of northern and central New Mexico today.
Clearing skies will lead to warmer temperatures and melting snow today. Many areas are forecast to reach the 50's this afternoon.