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More icy roads reported by NMDOT. Use caution

Update: ROADWAY ADVISORY:
 
The District One office for the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has updated their roadway conditions on www.nmroads.com for the following areas.
 
CLOSURE:
NM-152 is CLOSED due to winter weather conditions as roadways snow packed and icy.
 
Grant & Luna County:
I-10 between Lordsburg and Deming, are reporting high winds with snow flurries. Roadways are icy which will make driving conditions very difficult as black icy will form over bridges.

 
Socorro County/Magdalena area:
I-25, NM-52, and US-60 are snow packed with black ice in spots.
 
Snow flurries, wet roadways and high winds are creating difficult driving conditions. Motorists are encouraged to proceed with extreme caution as Maintenance Crews work on monitoring roadways and performing snow removal operations.

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