After an extremely windy and dusty day with record breaking temperatures across New Mexico, a fast moving band of snowfall produced a quick 1 to 2 inches over our northeast plains. Temperatures leading up to the snow cover event were in the upper 80s and lower 90s. The first image shows a non-MODIS shot of the snow field from the MODIS-GOES hybrid imagery. The second and third images are the MODIS 1km False Color before and after the snowfall. Unfortunately, the snow melted so quickly Monday morning that we were unable to capture another MODIS pass before the snow receded into the higher terrain.