Another beautiful sunset after a shower moved through – pic taken 10/9/2022
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Tuesday – 11 Oct 2022 – 2:00pm
At Stevens Field the high yesterday was 63 and the low this morning was 34. The cold spots dipped into the mid-20s! Quite a few of us had frost this morning. Humidity yesterday afternoon bottomed out at 32%. Winds at the airfield hit 18mph yesterday.
Precip summary… Scattered afternoon showers moved over parts of the county the last two days. Precip amounts have been light.
Yesterday the CoCoRaHS 24-hour rain lottery winner was us in O’Neal Park.
Today’s CoCoRaHS 24-hour rain lottery winner was Val in Lost Valley.
Upper level flow is increasing out of the northwest as a trough moves across the Northern Plains. Things are drying out and stabilizing in our region. A shower or two could develop over the mountains this afternoon, but otherwise we’ll be mostly dry. Wednesday through Saturday will be pleasant fall days with lots of sun.
Late Sunday to early Tuesday, a cut-off low is expected to move through southern NM. We’ll be on the northern edge, so we’ll see more clouds and scattered showers. However, forecast confidence is low at this point. If the low tracks a little farther to the south, we’ll stay dry.
There was nothing significant on radar at noon.
Pagosa Springs historical data
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|68||80 / 1950||28||15 / 1913|
Arleen will do the next update on Thursday.