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Cold and windy. Still debating whether it's gonna rain. Damn the laundry.
The September sizzle is petering out. It's been getting cold in the mornings. As in close to freezing (35F/2C) Monday morning.
It won't be long now before the dreaded s-wordIf you must know Snow starts entering the local vocabulary of the local weather stations.
And just over a month later, WTF is this shit? Weird ass Indian summer popped up around October 7. Hasn't rained or snowed in any significant or appreciable quantity in my part of the state in over a month. There's been two wildfires on my mountains, one of which is still burning as a cool underbrush fire for much of it for now at least two weeks and is over 18,000 acres in size. (Both human caused. One from CDOT workers being idiots doing flood mitigation work causing a spark on a windy warm day, the other is a downed power line, again from a windy day.)
Rumor has it we might get some moisture on Friday and into next week but nobody's holding their breath for it.
But the temp has gone down ultimately. Today was but a balmy 65F (~18C). Still dry though, and we're really needing some moisture. Cursed 4th year in a row where the first snow comes in November and probably like the last 3 years the last snow will be in May instead of April like it's supposed to be.
edited 1st Nov '16 4:10:42 PM by MajorTom
64 days since the last precipitation as of yesterday and we finally got our first snow. (Our local news was keeping a tally, 7th longest dry streak on record for Pueblo County.)
It's only about a half-inch but it counts. Rumor has it next week we start heading into a wetter cycle since there's a strong possibility of (snow)storms Monday and Tuesday.
Late January in Denver...and temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s next week. Wait, what? I mean, I like the somewhat warm weather, I'll definitely be running outside in it, but it's also unsettling.
It's also somewhat normal or at least expected. There's always a January/February thaw with a two to three week long ridge causing the Chinook winds and warmer temps.
If it doesn't happen, you're in a colder year than normal. If you want constant cold all winter long from the first snow to the last one here, you need to move to Leadville, Gunnison or Alamosa.
-21įС and sunny. A bit cold today.
edited 21st Apr '17 8:55:14 AM by Max96
Lovely hail... coming down so hard and fast it's making the house vibrate, and sounds like someone running a 1000 cattle stampede over our roof.
And I haven't even had my car a quarter year yet...
edited 21st Mar '17 2:53:53 PM by Nohbody
edited 21st Apr '17 8:04:50 AM by Max96
It has snowed for the entire day yesteday and today in the morning. Now, everything is covered in snow, even though the temperature is slightly above freezing.
edited 21st Apr '17 8:58:16 AM by Max96
The weather today is quite lovely. A good balance of sunshine and relatively cool temperatures.
It's been a while since we've had this kind of snow. Pretty much 2 feet deep. With drifts exceeding that.
And since late March we've had 9+ inches of rain (and/or rainfall equivalent in snow) not including what's been falling since yesterday.
Good. We need the moisture, keep fire season away.
I live in France, and there's been thunderstorms everyday for one month straight.
Should I start to feel scared ?
I miss desert thunderstorms.
San Diego has been crazy chilly, and is only barely starting to warm up. Normally this time of year it's already up in the 80-90F range, but last week it was still low-70s for the high temp.
It has been pretty toasty in the Midwest. We are hitting 88-90 today not accounting for heat index changes from humidity.
edited 5th Jun '18 5:29:37 PM by TuefelHundenIV
I'm in southern Brazil. It's winter. During the day, we get around 30C (86F). During the night, we get about 5C (41F). Clear skies all around, since the rainy season just ended.
It's a bit annoying, yeah.
Would like to report that it has been TOO HOT BY HALF in the UK.
I know that 31C might not seem that hot to some of you, but we aren't used to it at all, our houses are built to keep heat in - none of us have air cons! Plus we get very sticky summers here, very humid.
Not so different conditions here in Omaha, NE. Its 91 F and humid so about 33 C plus humidity.
I wasn't entirely sure where New England was, but looking it up that doesn't seem like the usual weather for that latitude. I feel your pain.
NE is the postal code for Nebraska; he's describing pretty typical weather there. I don't know how the New England states are doing right now, but around the country I know we're seeing record heat numbers.
sunny and very hot
Oh, haha, sorry. Brit here, I'm not up to speed on US codes.
Yeah, about that... in the UK, NE postcodes are for the North East (of England). Say... NE1 = Central Newcastle-upon-Tyne and NE24 means you're somewhere around Blyth.
Edited by Euodiachloris on Jul 12th 2018 at 10:55:58 AM
My bad I am a yank.
I live in the state of Nebraska in the city of Omaha.
Today it is a balmy 98F/36C with feels like temp of about 105 thanks to humidity.
Still not as scorching as the 120+ summer I encountered in Mojave during my last Summer Training with the Marines. That is a whole other level of heat.
Edited by TuefelHundenIV on Jul 12th 2018 at 5:30:42 AM
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