Since the sky is pretty murky today, I’ll post one of my favorite shots from Lake Mead from a few years ago when I went rented a boat and went out on the lake. Photo by Mark Langford
Saturday – 10 September 2022 – 1:30pm update.
The high on Friday at Stevens Field was 85 and the low this morning was 56. Our humidity bottomed out at 14% and the airport recorded a 25mph wind gust. Rainfall totals ranged from a high of 0.12 to zero.
It turns out that Hurricane Kay’s dying wishes were for her remains to be spread all over the west and that’s exactly what she is getting. Over the next 5 days, Kay’s remains will move all over the west and eventually give us a decent chance for rain on Tuesday and Wednesday when an approaching trough draws in the majority of her leftover moisture over us. Until Tuesday, we will be “living on the edge” of the moisture boundary as dryer air attempts to move south into our area from the north while moisture tries to move in from the west. Look for a primarily cloudy next 5 days (Monday will be the sunniest) with lows in the 40’s and highs in the 60’s-70’s. There will be rain chances every day, but the best odds will be Tuesday and Wednesday.
“Backcountry Shawn” takes over tomorrow. I’m heading to Yellowstone Park and the Grand Tetons next week to take photos…have a good one!
Pagosa Springs historical data for Sept. 10th
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