Well we didn’t get what we expected but at least we got a little snow.
Happy Easter from Colorado as we are social distancing.
It was 72 degrees yesterday and it’s now 30. We received some snow overnight, enough to cover the pansies.
Don’t move to Denver unless you like snow in May
For those wanting to move to Denver, just now that it is May 9 and the temperature is just over freezing and it’s snowing. It’s been snowing since last night.
Spring may show up someone, but we never know.
Oh. It could snow over Fourth of July weekend too. I’ve seen it happen.
When will summer get here?
The snow is coming, hopefully
The snow is coming Wednesday into Thursday. At least I’m hoping it does. It’s been awhile since we have had a big storm.
This is what Accuweather is predicting for my town.
Let’s hope this materializes.
All of this snow is great, but it will likely be months before we know the impact on Colorado’s drought – The Colorado Sun
If you were expecting an overnight solution to Colorado’s drought, which has been particularly acute in the southwest part of the state, don’t hold your breath.
— Read on coloradosun.com/2018/12/03/colorado-drought-2018-snowpack-levels/
It’s gone from summer to almost winter in Colorado
The first day of fall was at the end of last week but Saturday brought cold and rain to the metro area and snow to the mountains just as the fall colors were peaking.
It looks like it improves next weekend.
The good news is we got a lot of moisture.
Fall is here
A nice and cool evening for a walk in Westminster City Park. A light rain is falling. I think fall is here.
Comcast, Get A Clue About Weather Warnings form the National Weather Service
Please get a clue about weather warnings!
Throughout the afternoon you have been sending out warnings on my television for a tornado warning. Which is fine, except if the warning is no where near where I live.
I live in Westminster, Colorado, while the warnings you are issuing are near Kiowa and Colorado Springs. That is about 60 miles as the crow flies.
Those warnings aren’t even close.
Not only are you stressing our family out, we are missing other things on television. The big thing was we missed the end of the Rockies game tonight.
If the technology from the National Weather Service can be there to tell us by part of a county we live in if there is severe weather, then you with addressable cable boxes should be able to determine if we live in a warning area and not send us the warnings that don’t apply to us.
Get some technology and start serving us appropriately.