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Severe driving conditions on No. NM highways Friday

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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The state transportation department reports severe driving conditions Friday morning on New Mexico State Highway 434 from Angel Fire to Black Lake.

It's snowing heavily and roads are snow packed and icy.

Winds are blowing at 40 mph, there whiteout conditions with visibility at zero feet. Crews are plowing, salting, and sanding the road. Motorists are to use caution and reduce their speed in this area.

U.S. 64 has severe driving conditions from Taos pass to Cimarron Pass.

It's snowing heavily and roads are snow packed and icy. The wind is blowing at 40 mph.

There are whiteout conditions with visibility at zero feet. Crews are plowing, salting, and sanding.

And New Mexico State Highway 38 also has severe driving conditions from Bobcat Pass to Eagle Nest with heavy snow fall and roads snow packed and icy.

Visibility is zero feet and the wind is blowing at 40 mph with whiteout conditions. Crews are plowing, salting, and sanding the highway. Motorists are advised to use caution and reduce their speed in this area.