Tiny chance for precipitation followed by warmer temps…

Some afternoon bikers and their dog (not riding a bike) out for a ride yesterday afternoon along Coyote Loop Trail.

4-20-21 9:30am update: More Red Flag Warnings are ahead for the next couple of days as afternoon wind gusts approach or exceed 30mph.

Ditto weather continues today and tomorrow with mostly clear skies in the morning, a few clouds in the afternoon and those pesky gusty afternoon winds. The latest storm stayed to our north and northeast, (as forecast) leaving us high and dry.

On Thursday, another trough moves through, bringing us some clouds and a chance for some showers that might amount to a few hundredths of an inch of precipitation in the form of snow showers in the morning and slight rain in the afternoon. If the mountains get lucky, they could see an inch of snow from this system.

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Tiny chance for some tiny precipitation totals on Thursday.
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Tiny chance for tiny snow totals on Thursday for our mountains.

Temperatures will continue to run around average for lows (20’s) and highs slightly below normal (upper 50’s) for the next couple of days. By Friday, temps will start trending to normal, then above normal by the weekend, when Pagosa Springs could see our first 70 degree temps!

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We could see our first 70 degree temps of the season by this weekend!

My Forecast:

Mainly dry this week with windy conditions, close to normal temps and a tiny chance for precipitation on Thursday. Warmer this weekend with a chance for our first 70 degree high temperature.

-Mark Langford

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