Evening clouds over Pagosa Peak… Pic taken 3/17/2022
Friday – 18 Mar 2022 – 10:20am
At Stevens Field the high temp yesterday afternoon was 44. The low this morning was 14. The cold spots dipped into the single digits. The peak wind at the airfield yesterday afternoon was 22mph.
Precip summary… We got a couple of surprise snow reports: 3+ inches from Debbie in Trujillo and 7” from Clayton in Lumberton! Wolf Creek reported 2” in the last 24 hours.
Thanks so much for your reports!
Friday and Saturday scattered high cirrus clouds will continue to move through and we’ll be dry as ridging builds back over the region.
Sunday and Monday the next system will move through. It looks pretty similar to the system that just moved through.
Tuesday, ridging will gradually build back into the region and northerly flow will slowly dry us out.
Unfortunately I don’t see any weather to get excited about for the rest of the month – it looks pretty dry. Let’s hope the pattern changes in our favor!
Pagosa Springs historical data
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|50||69 / 1907||16||-10 / 1917|
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Unless there’s a big change or something pops up, I’m skipping tomorrow and Mark will get the next post out sometime on Sunday.