Friday, February 24, 2012

New mexico weather

  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Spring weather patterns are starting to line up and forecasters said Thursday its looking more certain that New Mexico will have to endure another round of warm, windy and dry weather.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Traveling through northern New Mexico, she notices a sign, "Weather's Store.
  • (Boston Globe)
  • KOB-TV Weather in Albuquerque reported that starting this evening blizzard conditions could hit the north central and northeastern regions of New Mexico. Wind conditions were forecast at 28-50 m.p.h.
  • (American Reporter)
  • Wednesday nights thunder and Thursdays 71-degree high temperature in Roanoke should have quickly jolted us from any idea that Sundays snowstorm was the start of anything new.
  • (Roanoke Times)
  • (Photo: Business Wire) "This is definitely the New Mexico ski season no one saw coming," explains Dave Dekema, director of marketing, Angel Fire Resort.
  • (StreetInsider.com)
  • If weather predictions hold true, and the drying trend caused by La Nina continues, New Mexico could be in for another big fire season.
  • (Firehouse.com)
  • "This is definitely the New Mexico ski season no one saw coming," explains Dave Dekema, director of marketing, Angel Fire Resort.
  • (Bradenton Herald)
  • ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Cold temperatures and high winds are affecting much of New Mexico throughout the day on Monday.  Early morning wind chills in Santa Fe were in the single digits. Winds started blowing on Interstate 25 around 4 a.m.
  • (KASA Fox 2)
  • If these factors will be in place for at least three hours the Weather Service will issue a red flag warning. The west wind thats been gusting here lately comes downhill from New Mexico. When wind moves downhill it dries out.
  • (my FOX lubbock)

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