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New Mexico has been hit with a heavy snowstorm, with snow totals varying across the state.

The Albuquerque metro area saw between one and two inches of snow, while the East Mountains received 5-8 inches of snowfall.

Ski areas were hit the hardest, with Taos Ski Valley receiving nearly two feet of snow, Angel Fire Resorts receiving 21 inches, Red River Ski Area receiving 41 inches, and Ski Santa Fe receiving 11 inches.

Skiers and snowboarders took advantage of the perfect conditions at the ski resorts.

Winter weather advisories and storm warnings are still in place, with more snow showers expected.

Temperatures have dropped by up to 20 degrees compared to yesterday, with cold temperatures and wet road conditions across Northern New Mexico.

Drivers are advised to be cautious, especially on bridges and overpasses, as they are likely to freeze first.

The snow is expected to wrap up soon.

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