New Mexico Daily Snow

By Julien Ross, Forecaster Posted 1 month ago April 24, 2024

Final Post of the 2023-2024 Season


In this season wrap-up post, we relive the most memorable storm cycles and sum up the strong El Niño from a snowpack perspective. It was a banner year for the southern/central Sangres, Jemez, and Sandias, and less so for the northern Sangres and southern mountains, though all mountains finished above normal snowpack. Thanks for a great season and see you in the fall to kick off 2024-2025!


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About Our Forecaster

Julien Ross


Julien was born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico and was introduced to skiing at age 7 through the public schools subsidized ski program at Ski Santa Fe. It was love at first turn and Julien has been chasing deep powder and good mogul lines ever since. Julien grew up fascinated by weather and studied physical geography with a focus on meteorology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

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