The Winter Storm Warnings go into effect at 5 pm tonight. A Blizzard Warning goes into effect on Wolf Creek Pass at or above 10,000 feet at 5 pm as well. Wind gusts exceeding 80 mph are possible on Wolf Creek Pass on Wednesday.
Here are the latest wind gust parameters from the NOAA NBM model for Wednesday. These are the peak wind gusts for the forecast area between tonight and Wednesday night.
Here are my snow forecasts through Thursday morning. I do expect additional snow on Thursday and Friday, as well as another small storm coming in on Sunday.
I would not be surprised to see some higher totals than what I am forecasting.
Wolf Creek: 32-38 inches
Purgatory, Hermosa Cliffs Ranch: 18-24 inches
Silverton, Rico, Silver Creek Ranch, Mayday, Lake Purgatory: 16-22 inches
North Vallecito, North Lemon: 15-20 inches
Durango Ridge Ranch, Hesperus Hill, Upper Forest Lakes, Upper Durango Hills, Los Ranchitos, Tween Lakes, Glacier: 14-18 inches
Durango West 1&2, Edgemont, Rockwood, Long Hollow, Shenandoah Highlands, Rafter J, Lower CR 207, Lower Forest Lakes, Lower Durango Hills, Pagosa: 12-16 inches
Pine River Ranches, Timberdale, Beaver Creek, Deer Valley Estates, Dolores, Trappers Crossing, Shenandoah: 10-14 inches
Durango in town, Bayfield, Gem Village, Mancos: 5-10 inches
DRO, Ignacio, Cortez: 2-5 inches
Aztec, Bondad: 1-3 inches
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