It’s Impossible To Forget The Year New Mexico Saw Its Single Largest Snowfall Ever

New Mexico has received a decent amount of snow in recent weeks. Mountaintops are coated in snow, residents have taken to the slopes, and we’ve even woken up a few mornings to see fresh, glittering snow on trees and in yards. Hopefully, we see more in the coming weeks!

Until then, however, we’re left thinking about winter storms of years past. Did you know that a winter storm in 2006 broke records around the state for most snowfall in a single day?

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Did you know the blizzard of 1967 saw just as much snow but was even more disastrous, resulting in 51 deaths? You can read more in A Terrifying, Deadly Storm Struck New Mexico In 1967 And No One Saw It Coming.

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