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Snow Show to Roll On: New Mexico and Colorado Bracing for Continued Winter Blast on Thursday

snow fall all over the place (Photo: Google)

Heavy snowfall has prompted National Weather Service weather advisories and winter storm warnings for the southern Rockies and Plains until Friday AM.

snow fall all over the place (Photo: Google)

Snowfall Challenges in New Mexico and Colorado, Rain and Hazards in Eastern Plains, and Advisory Updates

Due to heavy snow, the weather service expects traffic difficulties and hazards in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Rain and wintry precipitation are expected across the eastern plains due to warmer weather.

On Wednesday, fog and limited visibility covered the eastern plains and central Highlands, while snow deepened in the northern slopes. As precipitation accumulated in SE Colorado, meteorologists warned of hazardous roads in the evening commute.

The Eastern Idaho freeze advisory, in force since Tuesday evening, will end at noon on Thursday. The weather service said that freezing fog decreased visibility by a quarter mile in the eastern Magic Valley, Snake River Plain, Raft River Valley, and south-central Highlands regions.

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Flash Flood Threat: Texas, New Mexico, and Florida Brace for Storms and Weekend Rain

Texas, New Mexico, and Florida are at risk of flash floods, with isolated and scattered storms forecast in southern Florida until Friday, especially in urban or low-lying areas with inadequate drainage.

Weekend rain is expected as the frontal boundary moves north. Wednesday saw widespread rainfall and sporadic thunderstorms across Texas and southern New Mexico, and the meteorological service predicts locally significant rainfall and flash floods in the southern Plains on Thursday and Friday.

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