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Old 10-01-2022, 03:50 PM
Location: NM
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Originally Posted by pathrunner View Post
I agree. One of the reasons I decided to cease living in rural New Mexico (Mora County and San Miguel Counties) is because of the very frequent high winds. I was in "the flats" and it's just too much to try and get any work done outside. I once had to literally stay indoors for 4 days because of high winds. This was in 2019.

The other day my Google Photos app brought up a May 9, 2019 video I took wherein it was SNOWING in Mora County and the irrigation ditch next to the property was FULL of water.

Hi, I understand your statement and I believe you.

But just to counterbalance it : I live in the exact same area (San Miguel county and I work in Mora county).
2021 and 2022, no snow after end of march, and winds obviously we had them, but nothing that prevented me of going outside (ok I'm in my thirties but still, almost everyone can manage this unless you don't like wind at all). And the wind is almost never "constant" like I would say in Florida, where it's all day and night long. Obviously there is also probably a little difference in just a few miles, like in Mora/Pendaries plateau or in the canyons (Canoncito).

In summer we don't have wind at all, like at all (and it's a problem for the storms). And in the winter it's pretty rare.
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