Eddie Garcia: Higher-elevation areas hit with snow as spring begins

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Good afternoon! New Mexico is set to see some warm temperatures by the end of the week but first, we have some precipitation to deal with.

Precipitation is lingering throughout the state, including some snow that has led to some winter storm advisories being issued in higher elevation areas as far north as Taos and as far south as Socorro – and even a winter storm warning near Raton and Clayton.

Sunshine will return as the week progresses, ushering in temperatures near 80 degrees in various parts of the state.

See what your area can expect in the full weather forecast.

Click the video above to view Eddie Garcia’s Mid-Monday forecast.


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