PHOTOS: Winter storm brings snow to New Mexico

NEW MEXICO — A winter storm has left New Mexico covered in the snow.

The big winner for snowfall is Eagle Nest. According to Connie Schramm, they received 19 inches of snow, leading to some headaches but also some beautiful scenery:

Some people had no power and couldn’t leave their homes Thursday in and around the Mora area.

Rhonda lives in Mora and reported no power since early Thursday morning. She woke up to quite a sight when she opened her door.

In nearby Holman, Lindsey Sanchez reported over a foot of snow buried her car overnight.

According to the folks out in Edgewood, they received just under five inches of snow, leaving these snow and ice-filled landscapes:

The East Mountains received a healthy amount of snow, canceling in-person classes Thursday. In Paa-ko, Craig captured this:

One gnome didn’t mind the snow:

Credit: Lou J

In the Albuquerque metro and surrounding area, there wasn’t as much snow and ice. However, you did show us that there was hail in Albuquerque and Los Lunas:

Credit: Tammi Pauly who said, “Rain turned to snow around 9:45 a.m. at Indian School and Tramway in Albuquerque”