Greenwood has the last laugh

January 23rd, 2015 at 12:39 pm by under Sports

University of New Mexico senior guard Hugh Greenwood got to see the ugly side of social media before he and his Lobo teammates took the court against UNLV Wednesday night. In an attempt to perhaps rattle Greenwood a twitter troll tweeted an ugly comment about Greenwood’s mother who is battling cancer . The tweet only fueled Greenwood’s basketball fire as he knocked down six three point shots and scored 22 points in a 71 to 69 Lobos victory. It is truly sad that someone would make fun of a person battling cancer. Who would do such a thing? Who is starving for attention no matter what kind or at what cost. The culprit is not a person who needs our insults but, our help. On the twitter page of this person was tweet after tweet of poisonous language. To operate in such a manner must be deep misery. This is a person who needs to have his life wounds loved away. Whoever that person is, who was so starved for attention that they resorted to making fun of cancer, we have all heard you. While we are disgusted, we also feel bad for you.

Day Planner: Friday, December 5th, 2014

December 5th, 2014 at 7:25 am by under Weather

After some soggy weather yesterday, we will see some changes.  Mostly sunny to partly cloudy and dry skies will take over on your Friday.  Also, temperatures will be quite mild.  Daytime highs will again climb into the 50s and 60s in most locations.  Another weak storm system will approach this weekend.  More clouds and isolated showers will move into New Mexico Saturday with drying and sunnier skies on Sunday.

Today: Mostly sunny and mild, highs near 55°.  Tonight: Clear and cool, Lows near  36°.

Day Planner: Thursday, December 4th, 2014

December 4th, 2014 at 7:25 am by under Weather

Scattered rain showers and snow showers will be possible through the afternoon.  We could see 2-5″ of snow in parts of the Sangre De Cristos, more specifically the western slopes where a winter weather advisory will be in place from 11am to 11pm.  Meanwhile, temperatures will remain above average with highs in the 50s and 60s.  Tomorrow, temperatures will stay steady in the mid 50s and 60s and we’ll have drier and sunnier skies.

Today: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers, high mountain snow, highs near 54°.  Tonight: Mostly cloudy, drying skies, lows near 37°.

Day Planner: Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

December 3rd, 2014 at 8:50 am by under Weather

It was a cloudy but mild start to the day.  Temperatures in most locations stayed above freezing.  Through the afternoon it will be mostly cloudy and mild with temperatures staying some 10 plus degrees above average.  A few locations today will even see highs in the 70s.  A weak storm system will move by the state today bringing with it the chance for scattered showers and some high elevation snow.  This will mainly take place in northern and western parts of the state.  Tomorrow, an additional storm system will move through the region bringing a better chance for rain and mountain snow.

Today: Mostly cloudy, mainly dry, highs near 58°.  Tonight: Cloudy and mild, lows near 40°.

Day Planner: Tuesday, December 2, 2014

December 2nd, 2014 at 7:30 am by under Weather

It’s going to be a very mild day.  Daytime highs will hit the 50s and 60s today with increasing cloud cover. Over the next few days we get our next storm system approaching.  This will bring about the chance for rain and snow in parts of NM.  Limited rain and snow showers will occur on Wednesday, but we’ll have a much better chance for rain and snow during the day on Thursday.

Today: Mostly cloudy and mild, highs near 57°.  Tonight: Mostly cloudy, lows near 39°.