Higher resolution models are beginning to roll in, showing an uptick in snow potential across the Southern Plains as a more southern storm track looks increasingly likely.

High-resolution models are showing a pretty likely bullseye of 4-8” of snow from Northeast New Mexico into the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles, as well as adjacent portions of Colorado and Kansas. There aren’t any winter weather advisories or winter storm watches out for the Panhandles just yet, but that may come by afternoon.

Winter storm warnings are out for the highlands of New Mexico. Travel impacts should be moderate to major in the affected areas, with some impacts to travel on I-40 being likely.