Sorry about bein' a one-trick pony today but this is a rather extraordinary turn o' events, WX-wise. From the NWS in ABQ:
Nowcast as of 11:30 am MST on December 5, 2011Snow and gusty northeast winds will continue today across the east central and southeast plains...including Tucumcari...Clovis and Roswell. Areas of moderate snow...blowing snow and fog will reduce visibilities to less than a mile at times. Roads...bridges and overpasses may be icy or snowpacked...including Interstate 40 and in and around Tucumcari. Wind chills will be below 5 to 10 degrees along and just south of Interstate 40. Through 100 PM MDT... the area from Fort Sumner to Ragland to Glenrio and south to Clovis and Portales could see an additional 2 to 4 inches on snow. Travel will remain difficult over the region.
Yow. I useta say we only get enough snow here on The High Plains o' New Mexico to remind me o' why I hate it so much; I may have to change my tune if this stuff keeps up. The wind chill keeps dropping, too... and we're in the sub-zero range now.