If you come to Coronado Historic Site today, you’ll see bright turquoise skies with not a cloud in sight. Monday afternoon, when I came to pick up my trunks for a Tuesday school outreach, it was quite a different story.
The view from the museum portal was covered with huge fat snowflakes that slowly drifted down and melted as soon as they touched the ground. By dark, they started to stick. The great thing about fall snow in New Mexico? On Tuesday, the snow was gone, and today, it looks as though if never fell.
Someone once told me that if you don’t like the weather in New Mexico, just wait ten minutes… 😉
Come see us — it’s a lovely crisp fall day, and no snow in sight. Enjoy!