Photo credit to our loyal follower David Duquemin. Thank you, David!
Big Thank You Waves to Individual Donors & Our Sponsors; News on Community Outreach; Calendar of events, Contest Updates…
Personal Donations Newsletter Updates
Special waves of thanks to our wonderful donors in the last month: David Duquemin, Ken Daniels, and Paula Lindner!
What your generous donation goes towards…
Your donations help us take care of the costs of the website manager, Fluid Elements, the website, weather subscriptions, and other business expenses. Most importantly your donations ensure that we will be able to provide this free service for everyone for years to come. Remember, each donor will receive a Pagosa Weather Snow Depth Measurer (yardstick).
Follow this link to make a donations: How to Donate: You can donate by PayPal, credit card through Square, or by check. Thank you so much for your generosity!
You can pick up your Pagosa Weather Snow Depth Measurer (yardstick) at San Juan Mercantile.
San Juan Mercantile is a fun store with Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Knives, Candles, Housewares, Fine Linens, Local Honey, Souvenirs, and Locally made items. It is at 524 San Juan Street, next to the Barber Shop, across the street from Plaza Liquor. Thank you to Cindy and her team for being our store front!
Mark, Shawn and I have been truly touched by the support our followers have shown for us!
Scroll down to see NEWS on Presentations, Calendar, and Contest Updates.
We LOVE our Sponsors! They just amaze us with their support!
Dr. Leo Milner D.C., committed to another six months as a Snowball level sponsor! Dr. Milner was our first sponsor and we really appreciate his continued support!
Click on the sponsor’s logo to follow to their website.
Blizzard Level Sponsor
Snowman Level Sponsors
Snowball Level Sponsors
Pagosa Springs 4th of July, Independence Day Parade!
Our Pagosa Weather Team with Mark Langford leading the way in his pretty blue Jeep, was in the Pagosa Springs 4th of July Parade for the second year. We had such a fun group helping us this year. So many of them help us throughout the year in many other ways. We are so thankful to them!
We literally ran with the parade handing out little cloud stress balls and mint candies. The parade kept a faster pace this year so it was hard for us to meet all our Pagosa Weather followers out there. But we could hear you! It just warms our hearts and that is a huge reward for all our hard work!
Pagosa Weather Calendar Updates
July 15th, Saturday: Viticulture workshop on growing grapes in the San Juan Basin, featuring Arleen & Shawn Prochazka of Pagosa Weather, Peter Goble from the State Climate office, Charlotte Oliver the regional viticulture extension specialist for Colorado State University Extension, and Richard Parry of Fox Fire Farms. Cost is $25 which includes lunch. The link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/growing-grapes-in-the-san-juan-basin-tickets-660552810237
September 16-17th, Saturday & Sunday: Colorfest; Will provide weather aviation support for the mass balloon ascensions.
September 23, Saturday, Time TBD: Mountain Chili Cha Cha; Pagosa Weather Meet & Greet booth.
Early December: Festival of Trees; Pagosa Weather tree adorned with snowmen and snowflakes.
May 23, 2024 Thursday, Ruby Sisson Library; Monsoon ’24 Outlook.
Send an email to pagosaweather.org if your organization would like to hear a weather presentation.
CoCoRaHS Newsletter Updates
Pagosa Weather is the Archuleta County “CoCoRaHS Coordinator” and “Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador”.
Do you or do you have a friend that lives in one of the five areas highlighted below?
Archuleta County is well represented but we still have big data gaps. We really need a volunteer in Arboles, Dulce, west on Highway 160, Pagosa Junction, and the upper Blanco. Sign up by filling out this web page: https://www.cocorahs.org/application.aspx. Or send us a note and we can send you more detailed information.
Perhaps, our July Newsletter will show fewer red circles!
The red circles are areas we could use a CoCoRaHS observer. Let us know if you can give us 5 to 10 minutes every morning to measure precip and snow. CoCoRaHS provides all the training you need.
Contest Newsletter Updates
Special Thanks to our sponsor businesses that have stepped forward to sponsor our weather contests. They are a lot of fun!
|1st Inch of SNOW||Aug 15, 2023||TBD|
|2 Feet of SNOW||Oct 15, 2023||TBD|
|’23-’24 Wolf Creek Snow||Nov 21, 2023||Ski & Bow Rack|
Past Contest – When will Pagosa Airfield hit 75oF!
Stevens Airfield finally hit 75 degrees on June 11th! Casey Fisher won a $25 gift certificate for Pagosa Mountain Sports with a guess of June 10th.
Huge thanks to Amanda, Coquette, Janine, Jake and the rest of the team at Pagosa Mountain Sports for sponsoring this contest and their support of Pagosa Weather as a Snowball sponsor!
Active Contest – 2023 Monsoon Rainfall
Forecast the amount of measured rain that Pagosa Springs will receive during the three months of monsoon season from July through September to the nearest 100th of an inch. I love how positive some of the guesses were!
The person with the closest guess will win a Relaxing Day of VIP Soaking for 4, a prize package experience worth $620 from The Springs Resort, our Storm Sponsor! Note: This contest is closed to any new guesses.
The Pagosa Weather Team will determine the amount of the total precipitation using an average from a number of CoCoRaHS observation sites in the Pagosa Springs area over the months of July, August, and September 2023.
The Pagosa Weather Team would like to express our sincere gratitude to Jesse, T, and the entire team at The Springs Resort for their support of Pagosa Weather!
Cena Chivers Brossard 3.23
Emily Green-Martinez 3.52
Ken Daniell 3.95
Edie Brogan 4.24
Steven Beiser 4.29
Sandy Wallek Stewart 4.36
Suzanne Coe 4.44
Gina Leach 4.74
Jo Ann Senzig 5.27
Susan Dussell 5.76
Brenda Ransom Smith 5.89
Sherry Fenerty Kirkland 6.13
Monika Padilla 6.17
Matthew Ruthardt 6.25
Michelle Juneau 6.31 Dale Schmidt 6.44
Dave Stimson 6.52
Ryan Nelson 6.86
Chellie Panzera 6.87
Carla Fisk 6.89
Adolfo Valenzuela Echavarria 6.9
Cindi Galaxy Galabota 6.92
Steve Chesshir 7
Erin Tuatagaloa 7.11
Nestor Rivera 7.12
Roberta DeMarco 7.25
Aimee Rogacki 7.37
Laura Jones 7.37
Kenny Rogers 7.45
Rosie’s Pizzaria 7.62
Valerie Lucas 7.74
Kay Guerin Smith 7.75
David Hansen 7.77
Ellen Clark Schmidt 7.79
Renee Demianew 7.89
Randy Hayes 8.03
Cheri Harlow Green 8.1
Hazel Anderson 8.25
Angelique Marie Lucas 8.47
Blair Jackson 8.6
Jackie Cox 8.78
Nikki Adams Taylor 8.78
Maria Depalma 8.8
Steve Hayer 8.84
Irene Hamburg Mueller 8.88
Lisa Glazener Duerr 8.88
Stefanie Cox 9.12
Amy Shepherd 9.17
Aimee Fredickson 9.23
Sandra Meyn Thoma 9.24
Joe Darr 9.25
Ron Bogs 9.28
Simmie E. Rose 9.5
Kristin McCollam 9.59
Mary Srokes 9.63
Cheri Axwell 9.83
Susan W. Zoerbe 9.92
Theresa Dougherty-Suchanek 10.15
Jim Oliver 10.2
Dee Hallye 10.25
Jason Cox 10.28
Phil Slusher 10.3
Jenny Lynn 10.35
Catherine LaCross 10.58
Wendy Burton 10.73
Craig Butler 10.86
Missy Losee 11
Karen Graham Kurio 11.06
Jan Powers 11.11
Penny Jo Nichols-Franklin 11.2
Trinity Joy Hoeben 11.33
Lynn Slusher 11.5
Carol Ekman 12.02
Colleen Young Salo 12.12
Gina Lynn 12.22
Carol Holleran 12.24
Musetta Wollenweber 12.4
Mike Carey 13.13
Ryan Mathis 13.2
PaTrisha Patten 13.4
Abey Crenshaw Nelson 13.55
Jeff Bohrer 14.02
Eileen Martin 14.75
Kristie Bixler 15.35
Kris Hoff May 16.3
Rachel Ingram 17
Carol A. Myerscough-Schilf 17.23
Staria Pribble 18.1
Donna Muir 21.33
Christy Taylor 21.34
Kortinii Kristine 22.2
Natalie Pintal 22.22
Jason Carr 26.04
Lady Amber Rhea Vaszuez-Schrage 33