(KRQE) - Get the latest weather information here from the KRQE News 13 Weather Team:
Updated 5:37 p.m. - City of Albuquerque offices are scheduled to reopen at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Critical-services personnel are to report to work as scheduled.
Updated 5:33 p.m. - The National Weather Service reports the second low-pressure system in the ongoing winter storm is charging into New Mexico from the northwest. A winter storm warning currently set to expire at 11 a.m. Wednesday remains in effect for much of the state.
Updated 4:55 p.m. - Road closures: Interstate 25 between Socorro and Truth or Consequences; heavy snow, multiple crashes reported. Alameda Blvd. east from I-25 in Albuquerque pending sanding/salting. Streets and freeways iced over. Numerous collisions and rollovers reported.
Updated 3 p.m. - The Robert Randolph & the Family Band concert scheduled for tonight at El Rey Theater in downtown Albuquerque has been canceled.
Updated 1:45 p.m. - Gusty winds up to 40 mph are adding to the misery of blowing snow, frigid temperatures and icy roads as waves of winter roll over the state.
Update 11:44 a.m. - The City is utilizing its stockpile of 3,200 yards of salt and sand ready to address ice on the roadways. City crews will clear major roadways and hospital/emergency access first. City traffic engineering crews are responding to five signals that are flashing red –including San Mateo and Montgomery.
Update 11:28 a.m. - Essential Albuquerque services are still operating despite a large winter storm that ripped through the state Monday night. Meanwhile, the city's public safety chiefs are recommending all residents not travel due to dangerous road conditions.
Update 11:04 a.m. - Workforce Solutions is experiencing high wait times due to the weather and limited staff. Claimants are encouraged to go online to try to file their claim.
Update 10:59 a.m. - The Water Authority, including customer service, will close at noon on Tuesday because of the storm. Customers with water emergencies should call (505) 857-9250.
Update 10:26 a.m. - KRQE New 13's Kristen Van Dyke updated KRQE.com viewers on what to expect from this storm for the rest of the day. Also, a car drove into a building at Second and Montano streets. The car was trying to avoid another driver who allegedly ran a red light. The guy in the vehicle had minor injuries.
Update 10:03 a.m. - Sandia National Laboratories is now on a four-hour delay due to the inclement weather.
Update 9:50 a.m. - There will be briefings from public safety, municipal development, transit aviation, animal welfare and solid waste in the Mayor's conference room at 11 a.m. KRQE's Jeff Todd will be there and will have a live report on the meeting in our noon newscast.
Update 8:47 a.m. - All City of Albuquerque offices will be closed today. All non-critical employees should not show up to work on Tuesday. Exemptions include: APD, AFD, aviation, transit drivers and solid waste management and others who have been notified by their directors.
Update 8:40 a.m. - There are many crashes on Tramway Boulevard. Please steer clear of that area. Also, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has reopened this morning.
Update 8:27 a.m. - Interstate 25 southbound ramp to NM 6 and Los Lunas eastbound will be closed for the next 30 minutes due to cars sliding down the off-ramp. If you go westbound on NM 6, reports say the road is fine.
Update 8:05 a.m. - The City of Albuquerque is utilizing all 25 snow plows that the Department of Municipal Development has in all quadrants of the city.
Update 7:57 a.m. - Difficult driving conditions are being reported around New Mexico on Tuesday in the wake of a winter storm that has hit much of the state with snow and bitterly cold temperatures. See New Mexico road conditions here.
Update 7:22 a.m. - Winter weather hitting the nation is affecting flights at New Mexico's largest airport. A spokesman for the Albuquerque International Sunport, Daniel Jiron, says airlines have canceled several flights due to the severe weather. Jiron says American Airlines has canceled four flights to Dallas and one to Chicago, while United Airlines has canceled one Chicago flight. Other flights are being delayed. Jiron urges people to check with their airline about the status of their flight before going to the airport. You can check your flight status here.
Update 7:20 a.m. - There will be regular bus and Sun Van service. Some service may be delayed due to weather. The Green Line 777 will be detoured at Juan Tabo. The 66 will still go east to Wenonah and Tramway, according to ABQ Ride.
Update 7:13 a.m. - "It is snowing like mad in Four Hills and it is 11 degrees at our house," says one KRQE viewer Darla Lorber. Send your from-the-field reports to email@example.com .
Update 7:04 a.m. - All non-critical City of Albuquerque employees are on a two-hour delay Tuesday morning. This delay does not affect public safety, solid waste management, or transit driver employees.