Another spectacular sunset in Pagosa Country – Pic taken 5/23/2023
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Friday – 26 May 2023 – 9:40am
At Stevens Field the high temperature yesterday afternoon was 73, the low this morning was 41, and humidity bottomed out at 15% yesterday afternoon.
The peak wind at Stevens Field yesterday afternoon was 25mph. Our peak wind yesterday afternoon in O’Neal Park was 24mph.
*** The average last freeze is 31 May. Temps can still drop below freezing into the third week of June with average lows remaining in the mid-30s. ***
|Average High||Record High / Year||Average Low||Record Low / Year|
|71||86 / 1947||32||22 / 1950|
Precipitation summary… No measurable precip was reported in the last 24 hours.
Radar this morning – Nothing significant in the Four Corners area.
*** The cold spots will be near freezing each morning. ***
Rest of today through Tuesday… A more typical springtime dry, southwest flow pattern will set up. There will be a slight chance for a spotty afternoon shower or thunderstorm, mostly over the mountains. I expect most of us to be dry.
Temps… Highs will be in the high 60s to high 70s and lows will be in the low 30s to low 40s. *** The cold spots will be near freezing each morning. ***
Winds… Friday and Saturday afternoons winds will gust into the 20-30mph range. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday afternoons winds will peak in the 15-20mph range.
Next Wednesday and beyond… Moisture will gradually increase, the atmosphere will gradually become more unstable, and we’ll see a better chance for scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Temps for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday… Highs will be in the mid-60s to mid-70s, and lows will be in the mid-30s to mid-40s.
Winds for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday… Afternoon gusts will mostly be in the 15-20mph range. However, isolated gusts 25-35mph are possible near showers and thunderstorms.
My next post will be on Sunday.