More snow headed for Taos County Thursday evening

No school delays in Taos area reported at 6 a.m.

Posted 3/14/19

Snow blanketed Taos and other portions of the valley overnight, but there are no school delays or closures reported for the area yet.

Cimarron schools are on a two-hour delay. 

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More snow headed for Taos County Thursday evening

No school delays in Taos area reported at 6 a.m.

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Snow blanketed Taos and other portions of the valley overnight, but there are no school delays or closures reported for the area yet.

Cimarron schools are on a two-hour delay. The 1st Judicial District Court in Santa Fe, magistrate court and most Santa Fe Schools including the community college are on two hour delays. 

More snow is predicted for Thursday night (March 14), primarily in the higher elevations around Taos and the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains. An avalanche warning was issued for parts of southern Colorado north of Chama and Raton by the National Weather Service. 

Winds were expected to be less severe Thursday. The storm that rolled through the state Wednesday brought snow and high damaging winds. On Tuesday night (March 12) about 6 p.m.  a tornado touched down near Dexter in the eastern part of New Mexico damaging or destroying six homes and injuring six people. 

The wind also knocked over some semis on interstates through New Mexico and toppled two dozen rail cars off the tracks near Logan off State Road 469, according to New Mexico State Police. 

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