After a brief bout of patchy morning fog along the east slopes of the central mountain chain, skies will clear and highs will reach near normal most places.
Attorney General Hector Balderas opened an investigation into potential harms to New Mexican consumers and issued a consumer safety alert today regarding popular ride-sharing service Uber.
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation recently awarded 39 grants totaling $94,309.30 in the second of two annual cycles in its 2019 small grants funding process.
Extreme drought’s impact on plants will become more dominant under future climate change, as noted in a paper out today in the journal Nature Climate Change.
Commissioner Stephanie Garcia today announced the launch of the Land Office’s outdoor recreation campaign, “Open for Adventure.” The announcement was made in partnership with the New Mexico Wildlife Federation and Pojoaque Valley Intermediate School.
Daytime temperatures will be cooler in eastern New Mexico today. A weather disturbance will spread rain and high elevation snow over parts of New Mexico, primarily the southern tier of the state. Courtesy of the NWS.
The Española Valley Sundevils boys basketball team won the Sandia Prep invitational tournament Saturday by defeating the host team Sandia Prep Sundevils 67-58.
Rain will fall in lower elevations with a mix of rain and snow between 7,500 to 9,500 feet. Heavy wet snow will accumulate to several inches in the higher elevations above 9,500 feet.
The Española Valley Sundevils beat the Gallup Bengals by a score of 70-63 at the Sandia Prep Tournament on Friday to advance to the championship game. The Sundevils with take on the host Sandia Prep Sundevils, game time is scheduled for 5:00 PM.
Española advances to the championship game of the Capital City Tournament Saturday to take on the Rio Rancho Rams. Game time is scheduled for 5:00 pm tonight at Santa Fe High School's Toby Roybal Memorial Gymnasium
Today will be warmer with afternoon breezes focusing through east-central New Mexico. Temperatures will be above average across northern and central New Mexico.
Pojoaque competes in District 2-4A that includes Espanola Valley High School, Los Alamos High School, Moriarty High School and Taos High School. Pojoaque was 3-5 in district play last season. The Elks play in three tournaments in December, including their own Ben Lujan Tournament.