Weather Alerts for Roosevelt Co. (NM)

Issued by the National Weather Service

Special Weather Statement  SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT   Special Weather Statement

Areas Affected:
Central Highlands - Chaves County Plains - Chuska Mountains - Curry County - De Baca County - East Slopes Sangre de Cristo Mountains - Eastern Lincoln County - Eastern San Miguel County - Espanola Valley - Estancia Valley - Far Northeast Highlands - Far Northwest Highlands - Glorieta Mesa Including Glorieta Pass - Guadalupe County - Harding County - Jemez Mountains - Johnson and Bartlett Mesas Including Raton Pass - Lower Rio Grande Valley - Middle Rio Grande Valley, Albuquerque Metro Area - Northeast Highlands - Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains - Northwest Highlands - Northwest Plateau - Quay County - Roosevelt County - San Agustin Plains and Adjacent Lowlands - San Francisco River Valley - Sandia, Manzano Mountains Including Edgewood - Santa Fe Metro Area - South Central Highlands - South Central Mountains - Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains - Southwest Chaves County - Southwest Mountains - Tusas Mountains Including Chama - Union County - Upper Rio Grande Valley - Upper Tularosa Valley - West Central Highlands - West Central Mountains - West Central Plateau
Effective: Fri, 1/22 4:31am Updated: Fri, 1/22 12:24pm Urgency: Expected
Expires: Fri, 1/22 4:00pm Severity: Minor Certainty: Observed

An active weather pattern is expected through the middle of next
week and possibly for the rest of January. A parade of
disturbances will pass over northern and central New Mexico
beginning tonight and continuing through next Tuesday, with each
one bringing successively colder air to the region.
A moist southwest flow aloft will set up over northwest New Mexico
later today and become stronger tonight and Saturday. While snow
levels will remain relatively high, accumulating snow will be
possible over the Tusas Mountains, where a Winter Weather Advisory
is in effect for tonight through Saturday.
There may be a brief lull in any precipitation Saturday evening,
then accumulating snow is forecast to resume, becoming more
widespread over the west and north late Saturday night through
Sunday and returning again Monday into Tuesday. Snow levels will
progressively lower, as temperatures tumble to below normal
Warmer and drier conditions are possible around the middle of
next week but another storm is possible late next week.
Those with recreational or travel plans over the higher terrain of
northwest New Mexico this weekend should be prepared to encounter
deteriorating and hazardous winter travel conditions. Stay alert
to forecast changes, especially regarding additional winter
weather watches, warnings or advisories.