Pagosa Weather forecaster and professional photographer Mark Langford captured this beautiful image of the lunar eclipse last night.
Monday – 16 May 2022 – 9:15am
At Stevens Field the high temp yesterday was 80. The low this morning was 42. The upper Piedra bottomed out at 27 this morning but most of us were above freezing. Humidity late yesterday afternoon bottomed out at 9%. Winds yesterday afternoon peaked at 20mph at the airfield though we hit 27mph just north of Turkey Springs.
Precip summary… None in the last 24 hours.
Mark your calendars…
Pagosa Weather is doing a presentation at the Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library on Thursday, 26 May at 6pm. We’d love to meet you and answer questions!
Pagosa Weather is also setting up a “meet and greet” booth at the Ski & Bow Rack on Friday, 27 May from noon to 4pm. Come say hi!
A weak trough will move through this afternoon. It lacks moisture and will be even weaker when it moves through but could kick up an isolated shower over the mountains.
Wednesday another weak trough will move through and could kick up an isolated shower or two over the mountains.
Thursday and Friday the next system will stay to our north but bump our winds to around 40mph. Expect another round of Red Flag Warnings.
The models are getting a little more optimistic for a slightly more active pattern starting the 21st or 22nd and potentially to the end of the month. It’s not impressive but it gives me something to keep an eye on.
Pagosa Springs historical data
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|68||85 / 1988||30||14 / 1916|
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My next post will be on Wednesday unless something pops up.