Polis begins quarantine after COVID-19 exposure. NOAA Weather Radio ASCE 7-10 uses wind maps with recurrence intervals of 700, 1700, and 300 years (for Risk Categories II, III-IV, and I An International Building Code version which refers to ASCE 7-10 is now being adopted in Colorado. A check with organizations that have structures in the mountaintop revealed no major damage, not totally surprising since these structures are designed to withstand very high winds. There was no damage reported by technicians at the scene today. Owlie Skywarn - for kids NOAA Education Resources JetStream Five wind gusts over 100 mph were recorded above the tree line in the San Juan Mountains. Snow Cover Front/Precipitation Maps Sorry, the location you searched for was not found. Please Contact Us. Today’s Forecast:Our forecast today will be windy in the mountains, and breezy to gusty for almost all other areas. Overall, it won't be as windy as what we saw Saturday, but mountain gusts could still reach 50 to 60 mph. ACTIVE ALERTS Highs in the 20s and 30s. Nice and pleasant temperature-wise today for Teller County, but once again super windy this afternoon, with gusts to 60 mph. When the heating elements stop performing, there is a loss of data, not a false spiking up of recorded wind gusts. Pueblo, CO3 Eaton WayPueblo, CO 81001-4856(719) 948-9429Comments? Contacts. The Colorado Division of Aeronautics maintains high mountain AWOS weather stations for aviation safety purposes across the state, and stated that the Monarch Pass (MYP) AWOS weather station was operating within the parameters of FAA required tolerances before, during and after the 148 mph gust. By the end of the week, cooler weather moves back in along with our next chance for rain and snow as we head into the weekend. © 1998 - 2020 Nexstar Inc. | All Rights Reserved. Monarch Pass is at an elevation of 11,312 feet above sea level, while the MYP AWOS weather station is east of the roadway at the top of a curved mountainside at 12,031 feet above sea level. While it won't be as windy as yesterday, gusts this afternoon could reach 35 mph. of Colorado (SEAC). National Weather Service SafetyBrochures, NEWS Remarkably, at the same time, the Colorado Department of Transportation weather station on US Highway 50, 700 feet below, recorded a wind out of the north, at just 32 mph. During the evening of Thursday, February 18th while a high wind episode was in progress, the Monarch Pass (MYP) AWOS weather station recorded wind gusts of 98 mph at 7:16 p.m. MST and again at 7:53 p.m. MST. Hurricanes The Colorado State Climatologist states that the previous accepted, yet UNOFFICIAL highest recorded wind gust in Colorado was at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder on January 25, 1971. Please select one of the following: During the evening of Thursday, February 18th while a high wind episode was in progress, the Monarch Pass (MYP) AWOS weather station recorded wind gusts of 98 mph at 7:16 p.m. MST and again at 7:53 p.m. MST. UV Alerts Weather-Ready Nation We are not expecting much to fall, but light accumulation on mainly grassy areas is possible. The Colorado Division of Aeronautics considers the 148 mph wind gust above Monarch Pass to be true and accurate, Experimental Graphical Hazardous Weather Outlook, Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 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NWS The Colorado Division of Aeronautics maintains high mountain AWOS weather stations for aviation safety purposes across the state, and stated that the Monarch Pass (MYP) AWOS weather station was operating within the parameters of FAA required tolerances before, during and after the 148 mph gust. PLAINS: High: 50s/60s; Low: 20s/30s. Louisville Main Street: End of the road for some businesses? Additional information. Please try another search. Hurricanes This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. National Weather Service Multiple locations were found. The second storm approaching will bring more snow to the mountains. Sunday morning's frigid temperatures will give way to a bright and mild afternoon. DENVER (KDVR) — A strong storm that brought a winter weather advisory and winter storm warning to the mountains also brought strong wind gusts overnight in the Denver metro area. Winds are commonly classified by their spatial scale, their speed, the types of forces that cause them, the geographic regions in which they occur, or their effect. Climate Monitoring Mild and windy this afternoon for Fremont County, with peak gusts expected to range between 35-45 mph. Overall, most areas won't see much if any snowfall, though. Detailed wind speed and wind direction information as well as interactive graphs for winds Fire Weather Outlooks Surface Weather The Colorado Division of Aeronautics considers the 148 mph wind gust above Monarch Pass to be true and accurate, and NWS Pueblo concurs. COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 57; Low: 32. US Dept of Commerce Conceptually, a shower moving in from the west could accelerate the winds and cause even higher wind gusts. Winter Winter Forecasts Climate Outlook At the time of the reported 148 mph wind gust, the Monarch Pass (MYP) AWOS weather station reported thunder and light snow in the vicinity. Satellite Excessive Rainfall Forecasts Copyright 2020 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Rivers Mild and breezy this afternoon, with wind gusts to 35 mph. When the heating elements stop performing, there is a loss of data, not a false spiking up of recorded wind gusts. Upper Air The Colorado Division of Aeronautics considers the 148 mph wind gust above Monarch Pass to be true and accurate, and NWS Pueblo concurs.