One of my weather geeks called the weather settling in over northern New Mexico and southern Colorado today the “storm of the winter”, which is not saying much given the winter we’ve had, but is still better than saying nothing. There’s currently an avalanche warning for the San Juans in southern Colorado, with two feet of snow expected. Winter storm watches and warnings all over the state, with the added strange weirdness of a red flag warning (high fire danger) across the eastern part of the state.
In Albuquerque, one to three inches are possible in the foothills by tomorrow. Yippee.
Hurrah! Could it really be true?
I had a spittle of hail this afternoon at my house in Albuquerque’s SE Heights. Probably evaporated before it melted, though.