- Associated Press - Monday, January 11, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico’s weather looks tranquil with plenty of sunshine but awfully cold at night for the time-being.

Frigid temperatures recorded early Monday morning included -31 degrees at Angel Fire for that location’s second-coldest morning since 1993. Other morning lows included -13 degrees in Chama and Taos, 10 degrees in Santa Fe and 11 degrees in Farmington.

The National Weather Service says temperatures Monday night and Tuesday morning will again be on the chilly side, with areas of low clouds and freezing fog in the San Juan Basis and valleys of northwest New Mexico.

A couple of storms are expected late Thursday and late next weekend. The weather service says both will help maintain the cold weather pattern but provide little precipitation.

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