ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A strong cold front is expected to bring snow to northern New Mexico near the Colorado border.
It’s also expected to bring plunging temperatures throughout much of the state, with some areas receiving their first freezing temperatures of the season, National Weather Service meteorologists said in a Monday afternoon briefing.
“There’s still a lot of uncertainty with this system,” meteorologist Kerry Jones said. “But we’re pretty solid on the cold temperatures. … Temperatures are going to drop substantially into Thursday.”
He said the state will be getting “a piece of a big weather system” that is organizing over the central Rockies and will drop southeast Wednesday night.
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