RUIDOSO, N.M. (CBS4) — Portions of New Mexico saw some snow Wednesday morning, including Ski Apache in Ruidoso.
A live camera at Ski Apache showed the snow-covered mountains.
Justin Huffmon, director of tourism, said it's the earliest they get snow in 10 years. About four inches of snow fell at Ski Apache, Huffmon said.
The National Weather Service reports cooler air was moving into the Cloudcroft area, bringing with it a mix of rain and snow.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation sent out a notification of heavy hail and slick roads near Lordsburg early Wednesday morning.
Our live weather camera at Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino shows a gloomy, cloudy day. See more live weather cameras.
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