Monday, February 24, 2020

Update 11/27 11am: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – November...

Impressive snow has and is still falling. Longmont has a foot as a base with snow ending around 12-2pm today (Tuesday). We remain cold and snow-free until the western counties get their snow on Friday. We may see 1-3 inches along I-25 (but who will notice it?).

Destructive 2018 Hail Season A Sign Of Things To Come

Icy hailstones can do major damage, depending where they land. AP Photo/Nati Harnik Samuel Childs, Colorado State University As ominous skies moved overhead just after noon on...

Monday August 21, 2017 – The Final Eclipse Edition – The Next Storm/Next Snow...

By John Ensworth Special “Programming” note:  I’ve traveled up into the path of totality on Saturday, returning Monday PM. I don’t know if the cell tower connections or...

Special Eclipse Feature Bonus part 7 – Education and the Eclipse

 Reproduced with permission from: http://nasawavelength.org/blog/let-eclipse-begin Let the Eclipse Begin! Written by Elizabeth Burck and Theresa Schwerin, IGES Monday, August 21, 2017, could quite possibly be your best science demonstration ever. Just...

Special Eclipse Feature – Part 6 of 6: Photographing the Eclipse.

by John Ensworth For this final installment of eclipse coverage, I’ll point you towards some basics of eclipse photography.  I’ll keep it very basic since...

Part 1: Special Eclipse Feature from the Cherrywood Observatory

  By: John Ensworth There is (for some) a once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse coming to the United States in exactly one month. This is the first...
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