The next chance for snow in New Mexico will be on Saturday night (April 8-9) when a storm tracks across northern Colorado. Since the storm will be far to the north, snowfall in New Mexico will be light. And then most of next week (April 10-14) will be dry with just a few showers possible on the 12-13th.
Since the snow is winding down, I will wind down as well and call this the last post for the 2016-2017 season.
Looking back over the season in Taos, as a sample for the state, we started off slowly in October, November, and early December, then saw big-time snow from late December through January with our snowpack peaking at nearly 200% of average in late January. Then snowfall was below average during February, March, and April, but the base was deep enough to sustain great turns through the end.
Thanks for using OpenSnow this season, and I hope you have a great summer!
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