Here This Week – Gone The Next

Southeastern Colorado is listed as being in an “extreme drought” today. Over the next week, they are forecast (by WRF) to get more than one fourth of their normal annual precipitation.

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6 Responses to Here This Week – Gone The Next

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    The “exceptional” drought of 2011 was a very small event in the greater scheme of things. At worst, 27% of the country had drought conditions compared to 80% in 1934.

  2. etudiant says:

    Well, the usual situation for droughts is that they break. They do not sort of alleviate slowly.
    So here today, gone tomorrow is probably exactly right.

  3. Lance says:

    I thought pink meant HOT, oh, only in Hansen’s dreams…

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    Was looking at some weather obs in central Colorado. Several stations are getting thunderstorms with heavy snow. The snowpack is still growing in places!

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