Our Pansies and Violas are enjoying some morning sunshine.
Sunday – 22 May 2022 – 9:30am
Plumtaw Fire update…
Incident Type: Wildfire
Percent Contained: 12%
Size: 735 acres
More Fire Information: Via Inciweb
Last Updated: 11 Hours Ago
Multiple agencies are involved and aggressively fighting the fire. For updates follow “Plumtaw Fire” or “USDA Forest Service – San Juan National Forest” or “Archuleta County, CO Sheriff’s Office” on Facebook and this link on InciWeb.
A HUGE thanks to the San Juan National Forest crew and everybody else that is aggressively tackling the fire!
Smoke and air quality this morning…
Climate Info…The high at Stevens Field yesterday afternoon was 63 and the low this morning was 43. Humidity yesterday afternoon bottomed out at 22%. Winds yesterday afternoon peaked at 35mph at 1:35pm. There was no precipitation recorded yesterday.
*** Archuleta County and the San Juan National Forest have implemented a STAGE 1 FIRE RESTRICTIONS. ***
The Jetstream remains locked in place to our north and another trough will arrive this afternoon, giving us a tiny chance for some showers and possibly a few scattered thunderstorms. There will mainly be “mountain hugger” showers and storms associated with this system. Cooler air will filter in behind the front, keeping our highs only in the low 60’s for the next couple of days. It will unfortunately mainly be a wind producer for us, with winds gusting to over 30mph once again! There is a chance for some snow showers in the mountains through Tuesday, but totals will likely be less than an inch.
Look for a similar scenario on Monday-Tuesday morning as yet another trough moves through. By Wednesday, high pressure builds over us and we should see closer to normal highs with less wind for the remainder of the workweek. Unfortunately, it looks like the high winds may return by this weekend.
Pagosa Springs historical data for 5-22.
|Record High / Year
|Record Low / Year
|80 / 1984
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!
Call 877-841-0247 for our “dial up and text” forecast.
Check out my Pagosa Peak Cam (myearthcam.com) for watching hikers, bikers and of course, the weather.