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San Juan Mountains, Colorado - Weather

Climate, Average Temperatures, Forecast,...

Weather information for the San Juan Mountains area is provided below. Average temperatures, climate details and current forecasts are included.

Climate

The San Juan Mountains cover several hundred square miles and range from 4,000 to more than 14,000 feet above sea level. Weather conditions can vary drastically over this large region. Check local weather reports for the area you are planning to visit, or view climate info for Telluride (northwest), Durango (southwest), or Pagosa Springs (south).

Current Weather

 

F (-16°C) Overcast Feels like -17 F (-27 C) Wind From the SSW at 18 MPH Gusting to 28 MPH 0.00 in (0.0 mm) precipitation

 

Sun Feb 26

18°/6°F (-8°/-14°C) Snow Showers

 

Mon Feb 27

20°/14°F (-7°/-10°C) Snow

 

Tue Feb 28

19°/-1°F (-7°/-18°C) Snow

 

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South Fork South Fork South Fork
Are you looking for a naturalist paradise with affordability? Then look no further South Fork is your destination. A world class golf course, gold medal fishing in the Rio Grande, and thousands of acres of National Forest to hike, bike, ATV, ski and snowmobile through.
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Ridgway Ridgway Ridgway
SouthwestRidgway is nestled in the picturesque Uncompaghre Valley and surrounded by the majestic snow capped peaks of the Cimarrons and San Juans, some of the most photographed mountains in the world.
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