State of the Atmosphere
The State of the Atmosphere: Sunday, October 25, 2015
As we enter the last week of October, there is still the question of whether or not we will see our first snowfall before the end of the month. While it certainly wasn’t cold enough for snow in Denver last week, we received some much needed moisture for the Front Range. A whopping 0.79” of rain fell at DIA last Wednesday which shattered the old record of 0.63” set back in 1906. Although not record-breaking, we also saw 0.70” of rain on Thursday. So far in October, we have received 1.76” of preci
Rainfall totals
Colorado Rainfall Totals October 9th, 2014
Precipitation analysis for yesterday’s rain event across Colorado is in, and it paints a pretty wet picture. As forecast, areas south of Denver did best with this system, but even northern Front Range communities saw anywhere from 0.5 to 2 inches of rain. Our weather station (2m S downtown Denver) received 0.59 inches from this system. We outline the Palmer Ridge as the focal point for heaviest rainfall, an