Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – December 12, 2018

Forecast Discussion: The most exciting weather of the next 10 days happens over the next 24 hours (unless you liked the down-slope gusts on Tuesday)....

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...

Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – March 15, 2019

Forecast Discussion: Before we look at the quiet and warm weather ahead of us, let's look back at the...

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – September 6, 2017

Forecast Discussion: The front came through and brought us some relief from the smoke and real relief from the heat. Figure 1 shows the trough...

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – February 9 ,...

Forecast Discussion: The heat ends and the next cold front moves in around dawn today (this post goes live at 1am).  From Figure 1, you...

3 p.m. Update: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – November...

Forecast Discussion: 3 p.m. Update: A little more snow will be added to the snow pack, but the snow amounts are going to start tapering off...

Sunday August 13, 2017 – The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood...

By John Ensworth Discussion: The slow change from a northwest flow regime to a westerly (zonal) flow and, later, a southwest flow is underway. Our frontal...

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – September 28, 2017

Forecast Discussion: The clouds and moisture are in place, but the real lift will be focused over southern Colorado and New Mexico more than up...

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – September 14th, 2018

Forecast Discussion: Broken record time:  we remain dry, clear, unusually warm (record heat at some stations), but now get a bit of local smoke. The trough...

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – Monday July 31,...

By John Ensworth Discussion: The story of the last week continues with the best moisture and dynamics staying down over the southeastern ½ of the state,...
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