2/4 of the Pagosa Weather team enjoying our winter paradise… Pic taken 1/17/2022
Tuesday – 18 Jan 2022 – 4:55pm
At Stevens Field the high temp this afternoon was 41 and the low this morning was 10. I saw temps down to -2 this morning.The peak wind at the airfield was 8mph.
Precip in the last 24 hours… None
Two weak troughs with limited moisture will move through in the next 36 hours. A slightly stronger system will move through Friday night and Saturday morning. Another system is possible next Tuesday and Wednesday – the details are still sketchy on this one.
Today through Saturday… More clouds and spotty snowshowers are possible tonight through Wednesday evening, and then Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. Highs will be in the mid-30s to lower 40s and lows will be 0 to 20.
Snowfall amounts tonight through tomorrow evening…
– Valley: a dusting
– Mountains: up to 1”
Snowfall amounts Friday afternoon to Saturday at noon…
– Valley: up to 1”
– Mountains: 2” to 4”
Tuesday and beyond… Another system is possible Tuesday or Wednesday, but forecast confidence is low at this point. The long range ensemble models continue to show a more active pattern starting at the end of the month and into the first week of February.
Pagosa Springs historical data
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|37||53 / 1944||3||-30 / 1984|
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As long as the weather is quiet, I’ll do a post every other day. My next post will be on Thursday.