Get your jackets out!

Kassandra Crimi
December 07, 2017 08:28 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Many parts of New Mexico woke up Thursday to some of the coldest temperatures yet this fall. That includes the state's biggest city, where it hovered just under 30 degrees around sunrise.


Meanwhile, parts of southeast New Mexico experienced snowfall, especially in higher-altitude cities. Portions of the Guadalupe Mountains in Eddy County are also experiencing a winter storm warning Thursday morning, with snowfall amounts of two to six inches expected in some areas.

Find out more details on that potential storm here.

The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office also posted about the first snowfall at its East Area Command Thursday morning, reminding the public to bundle up in the process. 

Want to find out how the weather will develop in your part of the state today? You can do so by entering your zip code at the top of the weather page, as well as watch Kassandra Crimi's full forecast.

Make you also have the KOB 4 Weather App downloaded, so you can stay up-to-date on the latest developments from wherever you are. 


Kassandra Crimi

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