ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — New Mexico is bracing for another round of low temperatures and snow on Sunday night after having been hit by a winter blast over the last several days.
The National Weather Service in Albuquerque says overnight snow that began on Saturday night had tapered off by midday Sunday.
Sunday's high temperatures were 10 to 20 degrees lower than usual and contributed to difficult driving conditions across the northern part of the state.
Two to four inches of snow are expected to fall Sunday night and Monday morning in central New Mexico.
Monday's high temperatures are expected to be 29 degrees in Albuquerque, in the upper teens in Santa Fe and 25 degrees in Las Cruces.
The frigid air is expected to continue making it difficult to travel on certain roads.