We are praying for the safety of all! We are also praying for no fires, it is so very, very dry in many parts of New Mexico!
…HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT MDT TONIGHT… * WHAT…West winds 30 to 40 mph with gusts up to 60 mph expected. * WHERE…Portions of central, east central, southeast and west central New Mexico, mainly near and south of I-40. * WHEN…Until midnight MDT tonight. * IMPACTS…High winds may move loose debris, damage property and cause power outages. Travel will be difficult especially for high profile vehicles on north to south oriented roadways, including I- 25.
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We are praying for the safety of all! Colorado and Wyoming sure need the moisture….I do not know the situation in Nebraska. Three of our kids and all 3 grandchildren live in the Denver area…..sounds like they may get pounded by the white stuff!
Only a few days are left in winter, but that won’t stop Mother Nature from pulling out all of the stops in the last stretch of the season in the central and southern Rockies. A developing storm that AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring since last week will take aim at parts of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska this weekend with a potentially historic snowfall that could bring travel to a standstill.
AccuWeather forecasters say that Cheyenne, Wyoming, will be in the storm’s bull’s-eye and could potentially pick up the biggest snowstorm in the city’s recorded history. Denver may not set a new snowstorm record, but the Mile High City is still expected to be buried under hefty snowfall — and the hardest-hit areas could be left digging out from waist-deep snow with an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 60 inches predicted.