The Piedra River is always enchanting! – Pic taken 11/26/2022
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Saturday – 26 Nov 2022 – 5:30pm
At Stevens Field the high yesterday afternoon was 48 and today we hit 45. The low this morning was 16. The cold spots dipped into the mid-single digits. Winds at the airfield hit 8mph yesterday afternoon and have hit 7mph today.
|Record High / Year
|Record Low / Year
|64 / 1943
|-20 / 1952
Precip summary… There has been no recent precip.
Tonight… A fast-moving system will track northwest to southeast across Colorado and bring more clouds and scattered snowshowers. Our mountains will get 1-2” of new snow and a dusting is possible in the valley, especially closer to the mountains.
Sunday… A transient ridge and dry northwest flow will give us a sunny day, but temps will be about 5 degrees cooler.
Most of Monday… Clouds and winds will increase through the day as the next system approaches.
Late Monday evening through Tuesday afternoon… Unfortunately the low pressure system is now expected to have a more northwest trajectory and snow amounts have trended down in our area. The best chance for snow is 2am to 10am with scattered showers a few hours on either side, especially over the mountains.
*** Falling snow, gusty winds, blowing snow, and poor visibility will make driving conditions sketchy at times. ***
My snow forecast:
Tuesday evening through Thursday evening… Another transient ridge will move through with drier air. Wednesday morning will be the coldest of the season so far – brrrrr.
My next post will be on Monday.