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JBella
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Taos Mountains

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The night of September 29th-30th brought what was likely the first snow this season, highest peaks above treeline were dusted Thursday morning before warming up ahead of the brunt of the storm. Precipitation really picked up after sunset that night. About 8” accumulated by yesterday morning and it’s been melting since. This afternoon northerly aspects near and above treeline are still white. Pics are from this morning taken south of Angel Fire.
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Re: Taos Mountains

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some snow still on N aspects, but mostly melted out. Today, another 1-2" of snow from about 10am to 1pm at above treeline, but as soon as the sun came out, it melted quick on south aspect. North aspect was coated till the evening. More snow on the way tuesday.
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Drove through town an hour ago, 4" on the ground and an inch of slush on the roads. Been snowing steady since about 2pm, got to be some decent accumulation on the mountains.
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