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Special Weather Statement issued November 24 at 2:46PM MST by NWS Albuquerque


...LONG DURATION WINTER WEATHER EVENT SETTING UP FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY PERIOD... After the high winds end Tuesday, a very unsettled period of winter weather will likely impact travel plans Wednesday ahead of Thanksgiving and lasting through Friday night. A mix of rain, snow, and sleet will be possible through portions of eastern New Mexico Wednesday afternoon, transitioning to all snow Wednesday night into Thursday. Higher amounts of snow will focus over the western and northern high terrain through Thanksgiving Day persisting through Friday. Snow levels look to fall to valley floors on the mornings of Thanksgiving and Saturday with valley rain likely Friday morning. Stay tuned to the forecast, especially those with travel plans on Wednesday ahead of and after the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The potential for a mix of rain, snow, or sleet through eastern New Mexico as well as snow elsewhere will likely create hazardous travel throughout northern and central New Mexico.