Tuesday, May 26, 2020

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The Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – May 25-27, 2020

With northwest flow aloft for a bit longer, we have one more notable front this week. This front comes through Wednesday afternoon followed by showers overnight into Thursday. After that, we warm up to summer levels with afternoon storm chances. June 1st IS the beginning of meteorological summer (even if June 20th is the start of astronomical summer).

Conflict Resolution During COVID-19 Online Training

Please join the District Attorney’s Office for an introduction to basic conflict resolution skills and restorative justice practices that you can incorporate...

Scott Cook: We’re All In This Together

We're all in this together. We've heard this phrase a lot recently. It's encouraging to think about this when times are challenging....

Colorado Becomes Only State in U.S. With Updated Automatic Voter Registration System

Colorado’s Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) system, the only one of its kind currently being utilized in the country, is now operational across...

Update 5/23 11:30am: The Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – May 21-24, 2020

We have some 'somewhat' warm weather to end the week, then the jet-stream attacks! After enjoying 80F ish weather Fri/Sat a cold front Saturday night brings in a BIG change. A cutoff low rolls in overhead and pushes up slope moisture into the state giving us possibly as much as 1-2 inches of rain from Sunday afternoon to early Memorial Day morning. After that the pattern repeats with 80'sF mid-week, a Thursday cold front and rain Friday.

Today's Weather

Firehouse Reopens With Covid Restrictions

If you would like to come to the gallery to see our latest exhibitions, you can schedule a weekday...

Longmont EDP, Cornerstone Home Lending launch “Longmont Start to Home”

Program aimed at supporting relocating, existing talent achieve home ownership in Longmont

Opinion: Karen Dike–Community resiliency and our clean energy future

Our nation just passed a historic milestone, and I’m proud Longmont is on the leading edge of it.

City of Longmont, Colorado: Amenities Begin Reopening in Longmont Parks

Several City of Longmont park amenities are reopening with specific requirements in place for public health and safety.

Boulder County and Other Communities Across Colorado Push for Stronger Air & Climate Protections

State considering adoption of updated rules on carbon pollution

Pike Road Overnight Work Scheduled for Thursday, May 21

Nighttime construction operations for the Pike Road Improvements Project will occur from 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 21 until 5 a.m. on...

Union Reservoir Season Passes On Sale For Residents, Daily Passes Available For All

Longmont residents now may purchase season passes to Union Reservoir online. The passes are being sold through Recreation’s online activity registration system. Season...

Colorado Groups Urge Action To Avoid Drastic State Budget Cuts

By Eric Galatas, Colorado News Connection DENVER -- A coalition of 135 Colorado organizations is urging state lawmakers to...
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