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Weather in mid-November

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Weather in mid-November

I am planning a week-long trip to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos Nov. 8-15. What kind of weather will I encounter?

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1. Re: Weather in mid-November

Shouldn't be too bad. Right now we are in the 80's. I would expect mid 70's for the fist week in November.

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2. Re: Weather in mid-November

Just an add-on...Santa Fe and especially Taos will be colder than Albuquerque, as both are above 7,000ft. elevation. I would guess both of them would be in the low to mid-60's, but probably into the 30's at night. Except in mountain areas, above 8,000ft., you probably would not encounter more than 2-4"s of snow, if that. Enjoy your trip. One thing about New Mexico though...it should be sunny most of your week here.

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3. Re: Weather in mid-November

This time of year you dress in layers. It's cool in the night and morning...can drop in 30's and 40's and in the day can range from mid sixties to low seventies. We do get our forst snowfall around this time as well but it can be pretty light.

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