Sheridan Lake, CO (81071)

4:08 PM MDT en Marzo 22, 2017 (GMT -0600)
KWS | | Change Station

Alt 4252 ft 38.82 °N, 102.33 °W | Updated 3 minutes ago

Despejado
Despejado
61.9 ° F
Sensación térmica 61.9 ° F
N
15.0
Viento Variable Viento desde SE
Gusts 19.0 mph

Hoy
Alta -- | Baja -- ° F
--% Posibilidad de precipitaciones
Ayer
Alta -- | Baja -- ° F
Precip. -- pul
Presión 29.80 pul
Visibilidad 10.0 Millas
Nubes Despejado
Punto de rocío 39 ° F
Humedad 43%
Precipitaciones 0.00 pul
Espesor de la nieve No disponible.
6:49 AM 7:03 PM
Creciente menguante, 29% visible
METAR KLAA 222153Z AUTO 14015G25KT 10SM CLR 23/05 A2987 RMK AO2 PK WND 13027/2133 SLP089 T02330050
Presión 29.80 pul
Visibilidad 10.0 Millas
Nubes Despejado
Punto de rocío 39 ° F
Humedad 43%
Precipitaciones 0.00 pul
Espesor de la nieve No disponible.
6:49 AM 7:03 PM
Creciente menguante, 29% visible
METAR KLAA 222153Z AUTO 14015G25KT 10SM CLR 23/05 A2987 RMK AO2 PK WND 13027/2133 SLP089 T02330050

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Watches & Warnings

High Wind Watch
Issued: 3:15 PM MDT Mar. 22, 2017 – National Weather Service

... High wind watch in effect from late Thursday night through
Friday afternoon...

The National Weather Service in Pueblo has issued a high wind
watch, which is in effect from late Thursday night through Friday
afternoon.

* Location... all of the southeast Colorado plains, including
Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Walsenburg, Trinidad, La Junta, Lamar
and Springfield.

* Cause and timing... a strong cold front will drop south across
the eastern Colorado plains late Thursday night, and through the
day on Friday.

* Wind... north 35 to 45 mph with gusts in excess of 65 mph.

* Impact... these winds will pose a hazard to high profile
vehicles, especially on east to west oriented roadways. Winds
may also take down power lines and trees, knock out power, cause
property damage, and reduced visibilities; due to snow over the
Palmer Divide, and possibly dust across the eastern plains.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A high wind watch means there is the potential for a hazardous
high wind event. Sustained winds of at least 40 mph, or gusts of
58 mph or stronger may occur. Continue to monitor the latest
forecasts.




Special Statement
Issued: 9:00 AM MDT Mar. 22, 2017 – National Weather Service

... High impact storm possible Thursday night into Friday...

A majority of long range computer model simulations indicate that
a vigorous Pacific storm will move across southern Colorado
Thursday night through Friday. This system will have the potential
to bring a variety of high impact weather to the area from
this afternoon into Friday night.

This weather system will begin to affect the region today as very
warm, dry and windy conditions develop over the plains, especially
the southern Interstate 25 corridor. This will elevate fire
danger across the area.

On Thursday, as the storm nears, dry and very windy conditions
will once again develop over much of the plains increasing the
fire danger over the lower elevations. In addition to the high
fire danger, there will be a chance for one or two severe storms
to develop over eastern Colorado, especially near the Kansas
border.

Over the Continental Divide region, snow will develop Thursday
and last into Friday. Areas of heavy snow will be likely. The
heaviest snow will fall across the San Juans Thursday night with
the heavy snow developing over the central mountains by early
Friday morning and lasting through the day.

As the storm center tracks east of The Rockies Thursday night, a
surface low is forecast to rapidly intensify over southeast
Colorado and drop southeastward. As this low intensifies, strong
northerly winds will develop over eastern Colorado Thursday night
and last into Friday. Heavy precipitation is forecast to develop
over all of the Pikes Peak region, and this will likely be in the
form of snow and blowing snow, especially for elevations above
6500 feet. This could lead to significant travel impacts over
Monument Hill Thursday night through Friday. Depending on the
track of the storm, heavy snow will be possible along the Wet
Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley region and the Sangre de Cristos
late Thursday night into Friday. Snow and blowing snow may affect
the Raton Mesa region during the day on Friday.

Over the lower elevations of the plains, areas of rain are
expected on Friday. The rain may mix with or even change to wet
snow at times, particularly west of La Junta. Strong north winds
will likely gust in excess of 50 mph on Friday resulting in strong
Crosswinds on east west oriented roadways.

Those in Colorado should keep a close eye on the weather
forecasts during the next several days, especially if you have
travel plans. How this storm impacts the region will be dependent
on the exact track of the storm system which is still vulnerable
to change over the next 24 hours.




900 am MDT Wed Mar 22 2017

... High impact storm possible Thursday night into Friday...

A majority of long range computer model simulations indicate that
a vigorous Pacific storm will move across southern Colorado
Thursday night through Friday. This system will have the potential
to bring a variety of high impact weather to the area from
this afternoon into Friday night.

This weather system will begin to affect the region today as very
warm, dry and windy conditions develop over the plains, especially
the southern Interstate 25 corridor. This will elevate fire
danger across the area.

On Thursday, as the storm nears, dry and very windy conditions
will once again develop over much of the plains increasing the
fire danger over the lower elevations. In addition to the high
fire danger, there will be a chance for one or two severe storms
to develop over eastern Colorado, especially near the Kansas
border.

Over the Continental Divide region, snow will develop Thursday
and last into Friday. Areas of heavy snow will be likely. The
heaviest snow will fall across the San Juans Thursday night with
the heavy snow developing over the central mountains by early
Friday morning and lasting through the day.

As the storm center tracks east of The Rockies Thursday night, a
surface low is forecast to rapidly intensify over southeast
Colorado and drop southeastward. As this low intensifies, strong
northerly winds will develop over eastern Colorado Thursday night
and last into Friday. Heavy precipitation is forecast to develop
over all of the Pikes Peak region, and this will likely be in the
form of snow and blowing snow, especially for elevations above
6500 feet. This could lead to significant travel impacts over
Monument Hill Thursday night through Friday. Depending on the
track of the storm, heavy snow will be possible along the Wet
Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley region and the Sangre de Cristos
late Thursday night into Friday. Snow and blowing snow may affect
the Raton Mesa region during the day on Friday.

Over the lower elevations of the plains, areas of rain are
expected on Friday. The rain may mix with or even change to wet
snow at times, particularly west of La Junta. Strong north winds
will likely gust in excess of 50 mph on Friday resulting in strong
Crosswinds on east west oriented roadways.

Those in Colorado should keep a close eye on the weather
forecasts during the next several days, especially if you have
travel plans. How this storm impacts the region will be dependent
on the exact track of the storm system which is still vulnerable
to change over the next 24 hours.



Fire Weather Warning
Issued: 2:38 PM MDT Mar. 22, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Red flag warning in effect from 11 am to 8 PM MDT Thursday for
gusty winds and low relative humidity for fire weather zones
226... 227... 228... 231... 232... 234... 235... 236 and 237...

The National Weather Service in Pueblo has issued a red flag
warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity, which is in
effect from 11 am to 8 PM MDT Thursday. This upgrades and replaces
the Fire Weather Watch that was in effect.

* Affected area... fire weather zones 226... 227... 228... 231...
232... 234... 235... 236 and 237.

* Winds... southwest 15 to 25 gusting to 40 mph.

* Relative humidity... as low as 10 percent.

* Impacts... conditions will be favorable for the rapid ignition, growth
and spread of fires.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions
are expected. Strong winds, low relative humidity, and dry fuels
will result in the potential for extreme fire behavior. Burning
or any other activities that could accidentally spark a wildfire
should be postponed.