More Wet Weather on the Way

KOAT TV - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Another blast of wet weather is headed for New Mexico, but warmer temperatures will result in more rain than snow, First Alert Chief Meteorologist Joe Diaz said. This storm will be the wettest since Balloon Fiesta. But travel will not be affected as much as it was during the last storm because this one is warmer. Winter storm watches have been issued Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning for all mountains over the northern half of the state, including Tijeras, Cedar Crest, Red River, Angel Fire, Chama, Los Alamos, Quemado and the stretch between Gallup and Grants on Interstate 40. On Monday evening, expect increasing cold rain in Albuquerque and Santa Fe and a wintry mix in the Tijeras Canyon. Read full story here: News New Mexico


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