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"S" Word Returns to the Forecast

The National Weather Service issued a statement early Saturday warning about possible accumulating snowfall across West Texas beginning Sunday night and continuing into early Tuesday.<P>
The National Weather Service issued a statement early Saturday warning about possible accumulating snowfall across West Texas beginning Sunday night and continuing into early Tuesday.

According to the NWS, the system would primarily affect Southeast New Mexico and an area to our Northwest. However, Mitchell, Stonewall, and Scurry Counties are mentioned in the NWS statement.

According to the NWS, an upper level low is moving into the Western U.S. And will move into the four corners region Sunday morning then southeast and east across northern Mexico and the Big Bend Sunday night and Monday. Meanwhile, a cold front will slowly move into the area Sunday night bringing colder temperatures and increasing moisture.

Meteorologist expect snowfall to occur across West Texas Monday morning into Monday night. Snow will be possible across most locations along and north of Interstate 10 Including the Guadalupe and Davis. Mountains. Heaviest snowfall amounts appear most likely in the higher elevations of the Guadalupe mountains where snowfall amounts greater than 4 inches will be possible. 2 to 4 inch amounts will be possible in the remainder of Southeast New Mexico south into the Davis Mountains and east into the Permian Basin.

There is still considerable uncertainty in the track and timing of this storm system which will determine the location and amount of snowfall.

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