A lenticular cloud formed behind Pagosa Peak this morning at daybreak. Photo © 2022 Mark Langford.
Sunday – 13 Nov 2022 – 10am
At Stevens Field the high yesterday was 42 and the low this morning was 18 degrees. Humidity yesterday afternoon bottomed out at 24%. Winds at the airfield hit 6mph yesterday.
Precipitation summary…There was no precipitation to summarize from yesterday.
A cut-off low will slide SE from Nevada to Arizona, then trek eastward, opening up a snow window from 4pm today through 4am on Monday morning. With temperatures dropping back into the teens again, it could be a little slippery for those of you driving into work tomorrow morning.
The best chance for snow is from sunset tonight through 4am Monday. Spotty snow showers are possible a few hours on either side of that, especially over the mountains. There could be some heavy snow showers tonight on Wolf Creek Pass, so try to avoid driving on the pass if possible.
There may be a few scattered snow showers tomorrow as some moisture wraps around the low pressure as it exits our area.
The models had hinted that there might be another chance for snow later in the week, but as of this morning, it looks like continued below normal temps for us with some re-enforcing shots of colder air moving in and continued fair weather. Look for lows in the single digits and teens and highs upper 30’s to low 40’s.
Snow amounts overnight:
Pagosa Springs historical data
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|52||68 / 1990||18||-11 / 1950|
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