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Pueblo NWS Winter Weather Summary

Pueblo NWS Winter Weather Summary

  The winter of 2021-2022 (December through February) started very warm with new record high temperatures being set across south central and southeast Colorado in the first few days of the December. A few strong weather systems moved across the Rockies through the middle and end of December, bringing abundant snowfall to the higher terrain […]

NWS Pueblo Fall Weather Summary

NWS Pueblo Fall Weather Summary

  The Meteorological Fall Summary (September, October and November) of 2021 started out mainly warm and dry across south central and southeast Colorado, save for a few passing weather systems which brought passing showers and thunderstorms, along with brief cool downs to the region. October of 2021 followed a similar pattern as previous months, being […]

Pueblo NWS Drought Information Statement-June 29, 2021

Pueblo NWS Drought Information Statement-June 29, 2021

  Southeast Colorado Remains Drought Free SYNOPSIS: Spring storm systems provided abundant precipitation to portions of south central Colorado, and especially southeastern Colorado, where precipitation accumulations through out the month of May totaled 3 to 4 inches, along with pockets of 6 to 7 inches of precipitation recorded across the southeast mountains. While the beginning […]

NWS Pueblo Issues Winter Storm Watch for SE Colorado

NWS Pueblo Issues Winter Storm Watch for SE Colorado

Winter Storm Watch URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE for Western Kiowa County-Eastern Kiowa County- Las Animas Vicinity/Bent County-Lamar Vicinity/Prowers County-Springfield Vicinity/Baca County- Fri Feb 12 2021 A WINTER STORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON… * WHAT…Heavy snow possible. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches possible. * WHERE…Kiowa, Bent, […]

2020 Climate Year in Review across Southern Colorado- Pueblo NWS

2020 Climate Year in Review across Southern Colorado- Pueblo NWS

January of 2020 was a generally warm and dry month across the region, save for a few passing weather systems within a mainly west to northwest flow pattern, bringing spotty precipitation to the higher terrain along the Continental Divide. February started out where January left off, warm and dry across south central and southeast Colorado, […]

NWS-Pueblo 2020 Fall Weather Review & Precipitation Summary

NWS-Pueblo 2020 Fall Weather Review & Precipitation Summary

  The start of Meteorological Fall 2020 (September, October and November) was extremely warm, with Alamosa, Colorado Springs and Pueblo all setting new September and Fall record high temperatures, with a possible new Colorado September record high temperature of 108 degrees set in La Junta on September 6th. This record warmth was followed by record […]