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JMTR 2024 Weather Update for May 8, 2024


The race day weather forecast has been trending cooler with greater chances of showers and thunderstorm. Please continue to monitor the weather forecast and be prepared to carry sufficient gear to allow you to safely proceed along the course. The mandatory gear (hat, gloves, and rain jacket) is a minimum requirement, but you may need to carry additional gear to stay comfortable and safe in the event of inclement weather.

Any runner who is showing signs of significant distress (even if they have all the mandatory gear) may be held at an aid station until the medical staff clear them to proceed.


Here is the race day weather forecast (as of 5/8/2024) for the start/finish at the Posse Lodge:



And the race day weather forecast (as of 5/8/2024) for Pajarito Mountain (~10,000'):




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Terry C. Wallace, Jr.
Terry C. Wallace, Jr.
5월 10일

These are the time window predictions with a full geophysical model for rain on Saturday, March 11. The images are every three hours: 3am, 6 am, 9 am, noon and 3 pm. It translates to very likely wet weather, but not heavy down pours.



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David Coblentz
David Coblentz
5월 09일

For those interested in the details: this weather system will be the combination of a rich moisture surge from the Gulf of Mexico and a strong cold front moving east to west (back door) across NM. There will be thunderstorm activity along the leading edge of this front which is forecasted to push into the Jemez area Friday night and Saturday. The precipitation will be “drizzly” with occasional embedded thunderstorms. The level of activity will depend on how far and how fast the cold front pushes into our area. The precipitation maximum will likely be later on Saturday and could be more of an impact for the 50 milers.



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Richard Udell
Richard Udell
5월 09일
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Thx David!

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