Snow, freezing fog, and a bitter cold front moving across New Mexico made travel “hazardous” on February 4, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.
“I was thinking how nice my commute to work was yesterday, I’m guessing since most took off Monday after the Super Bowl,” she tweeted. “Not a fun drive into Santa Fe this morning.”
Santa Fe accumulated just a few inches of snow, but Taos County, north of Santa Fe, tallied eight inches early on February 4. Albuquerque and Santa Fe remained in a Winter Weather Advisory until the evening, local media said. Credit: Jennifer West via Storyful