NM Climate Center

Welcome to the Office of the New Mexico State Climatologist. This website provides weather and climate information to our community members. Below are the most current observations from our ZiaMet weather station network, the current CoCoRaHS precipitation map, and the US Drought Monitor map for New Mexico.

ZiaMet Network Data for Feb. 19, 2018

Station Max Air Temperature Min Air Temperature Total Precipitation
F F in.
Clovis ASC 62.40 38.24 0
Fabian Garcia SC 64.85 48.04 0
NMSU Main Campus 65.88 49.51 0
Leyendecker II PSRC 65.19 47.28 0
Artesia ASC 66.58 53.76 0
JTH Forestry Research Center 49.24 36.13 0
Tucumcari ASC 62.82 44.97 0
Farmington ASC 54.16 41.27 0
Corona Range LRC 50.86 42.37 0
Los Lunas ASC 0 0 0

Data is based on the most recent hourly data collected from ZiaMet weather stations. Data is provisional and should not be used in legal proceedings.

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Cooperative Observer Program

The Cooperative Observer Program is a network of weather stations operated by volunteer observers for the National Weather Service collecting daily weather data.

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FAA Weather Stations

Stations primarily used for aviation weather. This website only provides daily data for this network.

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Soil Climate Analysis Network

The Soil Climate Analysis Network is operated by the USDA NRCS National Water and Climate Center in Portland, OR with assistance from the USDA NRCS National Soil Survey Center in Lincoln, NE.

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Today's CoCoRaHS Map

Map of the daily CoCoRaHS precipitation in New Mexico.
Figure 1. Source: CoCoRaHS

Drought Status

Map of the current drought status in New Mexico.
Figure 2. The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC-UNL. Source: US Drought Monitor