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Taos County has declared a no burn day for Sunday (April 12) due to predicted high winds and low relative humidity, both of which increase the risks of fires burning out of control.  Winds … more
The Taos County Fire Department has issued a no burn day notice due to Thursday’s (March 26) forecasted high winds.  The national weather service has forecasted winds with gusts in excess of 30 mph during the day and sustaining into the evening.  more
Albuquerque meteorologists from the National Weather Service are tracking a complex storm system approaching New Mexico from the west, bringing showers and a few thunderstorms to the region Wednesday night (March 18) through Thursday. more
Albuquerque meteorologists from the National Weather Service are forecasting a wet weather pattern to quickly unfold over much of New Mexico tonight (Thursday, March 12) into Friday as a low pressure system approaches. more
Meteorologists from the National Weather Service are predicting light snow for tonight, Tuesday (Feb. 19), and tomorrow (Feb. 20), with more precipitation expected over the weekend. more
New Mexico Department of Transportation is reporting severe driving conditions in the Eagle Nest area, where roads are snow-packed and icy with zero visibility due to blizzard conditions. Travel is discouraged. more
Albuquerque National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists are tracking a cold front surging into the Rio Grande Valley Sunday night (Feb. 9) that will combine with a passing disturbance to produce light amounts of snow over portions of western and central New Mexico tonight and Monday. more
Here are a few of the weather photos you've shared with us on Facebook: more
A winter storm traveling across the state forced school delays and early dismissals Tuesday (Feb. 4), while temperatures are expected to plummet even further through tonight and into Wednesday (Feb. 5).  more
As snow and wind descended on northern New Mexico Thursday and Friday (Jan. 16-17, 2020), locals and visitors alike braved the elements. more
As a soft powder snowstorm settles in over the Taos area Sunday morning (Dec. 29), locals brace for especially cold temperatures tonight and a cold snap lasting the next few days. Of, course, skiers are elated. more
Update, 3:00 p.m.: Richard Martinez, an engineer with Kit Carson Electric Cooperative, confirmed there are power outages in the El Prado area. Martinez said crews were at the scene and power should be restored to most of the affected area residents within 20 minutes. He added that power to the Overland Sheepskin Company and businesses in that complex would take longer.  more
A light snowstorm hit north-central and northeastern New Mexico Thursday morning (Oct. 24), bringing the first significant snowfall of the season in Taos. more
A late winter snow storm had Taoseños retrieving the winter coats they thought they wouldn't need for a while. more
Juana Cardenas said she thought it was a loud thunder clap. But, when she looked down the hallway of her mobile home she saw a tree trunk where her bath and bedroom used to be. more
UPDATE: Although wind gusts of 60-70 mph buffeted Taos Ski Valley's uppermost chairlifts Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16), forcing their temporarily closure, Sunday (Feb. 17) is a different story. more
Temperature-wise, it was one of the top 10 warmest years so far in the Taos area; records began in the late... more
Around town,  photographers captured some beautiful and humorous snow sightings that are distinctly Taos. more
Taos has certainly had its share of dangerous winter weather. In February 2011, 30,000 homes across the state were suddenly without natural gas after a West Texas utility shut it down fearing … more
Early risers headed for work this morning were met by the sight of a thick heavy fog covering most of Taos Valley. more
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