Colder with snow showers shifting eastward during the day. Today’s Valley High Near 37; Tonight’s Low Around 13. Courtesy of the NWS.
New Mexico Department of Transportation reporting driving difficulty on State Roads in Northern New Mexico. SR 502 to Los Alamos is snow packed and icy. US 84/285 from Santa Fe to Chama reporting snow and icy roads. Courtesy of NMDOT
Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus sent notice early this morning that Los Alamos Public Schools are on a 2-hour day this Friday morning. Los Alamos National Laboratory reporting a delayed opening.
The next winter storm system will move east through NM Thursday night and Friday with more snow, wind, and colder temperatures.
The U.S. Department of Justice, in coordination with USDA Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), filed biological opinions related to the recent court-ordered injunction on select timber management activities on five national forests in New Mexico and on the Tonto National Forest in Arizona.
Clear skies and warmer temperatures in the forecast for today and Wednesday. High chance for snow late Thursday and Friday. Courtesy of the NWS.
the Office of the Attorney General will host school safety trainings in the Española Public Schools on Monday, January 6, 2020.
“There is no place for violence in New Mexico, let alone violence perpetrated against someone for who they are or what they believe,” said Attorney General Balderas. “My office will work with leaders in our faith communities to ensure that New Mexicans are protected from those who would harm them for their beliefs.”
The Espanola Valley High School girls basketball team defeated St. Michael High School 44-28 in the championship game of the St. Michael’s basketball tournament Dec. 28 in Santa Fe.
A cold front that moved through the area overnight will lead to cooler temperatures today. Northwest winds will be breezy through lunchtime before tapering off this afternoon. Courtesy of the NWS.
Cold again tonight. Patchy fog or low clouds possible over the west and north where snow cover exists. Otherwise a few high clouds will drift overhead. Courtesy of the NWS.
Leo Jaramillo, Democrat from Española, declared his candidacy for the New Mexico State Senate District 5 seat the morning of January 2 via social media.
Despite some warming, high temperatures will vary from a few degrees below normal in the east to as much as 12 degrees below normal in the west.