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...NORTHERN COLORADO FRONT RANGE...

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
DENVER INTL AP SNOW      27  27 100 NW47G63   29.19R VSB 1/8 WCI   8
FRONT RANGE AP BLWGSNOW  28  28 100 NW44G58   29.18R VSB 1/4 WCI  10
BOULDER MUN AP LGT SNOW  32  30  93 N16G32    29.29R WCI  21
CENTENNIAL     SNOW      27  27 100 N44G68    29.21R VSB<1/4 WCI   8
BROOMFIELD     BLWGSNOW  30  30 100 NW37G48   29.22R VSB 1/4 WCI  14
FORT COLLINS   HVY SNOW  27  27 100 N39G52    29.29R VSB 1/4 WCI   8
LONGMONT       LGT SNOW  32  28  82 N25G39    29.32R VSB 3/4 WCI  19
...

COLO. SPRINGS  HVY SNOW  29  28  96 N51G79    29.04R VSB 1/8 WCI  10
...
PUEBLO         FOG       35  31  85 N45G74    29.03R VSB 1/2 WCI  19

 

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31 minutes ago, Chubbs said:

...NORTHERN COLORADO FRONT RANGE...

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
DENVER INTL AP SNOW      27  27 100 NW47G63   29.19R VSB 1/8 WCI   8
FRONT RANGE AP BLWGSNOW  28  28 100 NW44G58   29.18R VSB 1/4 WCI  10
BOULDER MUN AP LGT SNOW  32  30  93 N16G32    29.29R WCI  21
CENTENNIAL     SNOW      27  27 100 N44G68    29.21R VSB<1/4 WCI   8
BROOMFIELD     BLWGSNOW  30  30 100 NW37G48   29.22R VSB 1/4 WCI  14
FORT COLLINS   HVY SNOW  27  27 100 N39G52    29.29R VSB 1/4 WCI   8
LONGMONT       LGT SNOW  32  28  82 N25G39    29.32R VSB 3/4 WCI  19
...

COLO. SPRINGS  HVY SNOW  29  28  96 N51G79    29.04R VSB 1/8 WCI  10
...
PUEBLO         FOG       35  31  85 N45G74    29.03R VSB 1/2 WCI  19

 

Just on the phone with one of my co-workers outside of Denver and they have been losing power multiple times today.  They aren't getting a ton of snow in Denver, but they are getting 75+ mph winds. They got a blizzard warning out for the "bomb cyclone". S. Dakota dn Wyoming are getting beat up with nearly two feet of snow and high winds as well. 

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3 hours ago, Chubbs said:

...NORTHERN COLORADO FRONT RANGE...

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
DENVER INTL AP SNOW      27  27 100 NW47G63   29.19R VSB 1/8 WCI   8
FRONT RANGE AP BLWGSNOW  28  28 100 NW44G58   29.18R VSB 1/4 WCI  10
BOULDER MUN AP LGT SNOW  32  30  93 N16G32    29.29R WCI  21
CENTENNIAL     SNOW      27  27 100 N44G68    29.21R VSB<1/4 WCI   8
BROOMFIELD     BLWGSNOW  30  30 100 NW37G48   29.22R VSB 1/4 WCI  14
FORT COLLINS   HVY SNOW  27  27 100 N39G52    29.29R VSB 1/4 WCI   8
LONGMONT       LGT SNOW  32  28  82 N25G39    29.32R VSB 3/4 WCI  19
...

COLO. SPRINGS  HVY SNOW  29  28  96 N51G79    29.04R VSB 1/8 WCI  10
...
PUEBLO         FOG       35  31  85 N45G74    29.03R VSB 1/2 WCI  19

 

Must be an ASOS faux pas. Pueblo has fog with a 74 mph wind gust.

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2 hours ago, Chubbs said:

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Beautiful..and so incredibly foreign from what I experienced the past few days!

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1 hour ago, White_Mtn_Wx said:

Beautiful..and so incredibly foreign from what I experienced the past few days!

Wood frogs out today. We' go to the Adirondacks every summer. Your pics have me thinking about a late winter trip next year.

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Today's thermals aloft are showing upside potential over MOS guidance. Mid to Upper 60s look doable. A 70 in interior Delaware or SNJ wouldn't shock me.

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13 minutes ago, Rainshadow said:

Today's thermals aloft are showing upside potential over MOS guidance. Mid to Upper 60s look doable. A 70 in interior Delaware or SNJ wouldn't shock me.

When and where is your tee time? 

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Best part about this current/upcoming stretch is the relative dry period ahead with the exception of a few quick frontal passages. 

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23 minutes ago, Rainshadow said:

Today's thermals aloft are showing upside potential over MOS guidance. Mid to Upper 60s look doable. A 70 in interior Delaware or SNJ wouldn't shock me.

 

3 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Best part about this current/upcoming stretch is the relative dry period ahead with the exception of a few quick frontal passages. 

Best golf day in quite a while.

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47 minutes ago, cbelke said:

When and where is your tee time? 

It was 128 yesterday at Golden Pheasant.  Thankfully that was not my score.

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10 hours ago, Chubbs said:

Wood frogs out today. We' go to the Adirondacks every summer. Your pics have me thinking about a late winter trip next year.

It was absolutely beautiful, I’d highly recommend. For a winter weather enthusiast a late winter trip is the perfect segue into a SE PA spring. Love the spring frogs, we’re especially partial to the spring peepers and their chorus!

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25 minutes ago, Chubbs said:

 

Best golf day in quite a while.

So you know I am working. I think I was working the best golfing day in February also.  Yesterday was nice enough, there was no wind, hardly any one out there & the course was relatively dry. We played our round in three hours walking.  It didn't hurt I shot a 41 on the back nine & my cartner shot a 40.  They wanted us to start on the back 9 because a three some in carts was right in front of us, but I said we were fine following them. My cartner wondered why at the time and her caddie knows she always plays the back 9 better much better than the front 9 there.  Always feels better to end a round on a higher note.

Back to today, the forecast soundings have cooler air below 850mb, but if we were somehow to get more sunshine and mix up through 850mb, there potentially could be more widespread 70s.  In May this easily would be upper 70s on a partly sunny or sunny day.

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1 hour ago, Rainshadow said:

So you know I am working. I think I was working the best golfing day in February also.  Yesterday was nice enough, there was no wind, hardly any one out there & the course was relatively dry. We played our round in three hours walking.  It didn't hurt I shot a 41 on the back nine & my cartner shot a 40.  They wanted us to start on the back 9 because a three some in carts was right in front of us, but I said we were fine following them. My cartner wondered why at the time and her caddie knows she always plays the back 9 better much better than the front 9 there.  Always feels better to end a round on a higher note.

Back to today, the forecast soundings have cooler air below 850mb, but if we were somehow to get more sunshine and mix up through 850mb, there potentially could be more widespread 70s.  In May this easily would be upper 70s on a partly sunny or sunny day.

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Down here in interior Delaware, we have abundant sunshine. I sneezed this morning and wonder if I have succumbed to the dreaded and highly contagious Spring Fever.

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4 hours ago, Parsley said:

Best part about this current/upcoming stretch is the relative dry period ahead with the exception of a few quick frontal passages. 

Yup.  I will gladly take temperatures in the 40s with ample sun.  I have already noticed my yard starting to dry out considerably, which makes things much more enjoyable.

I am headed down to Mobile to visit my mom and sister this weekend.  Temps forecast to be in the upper 60s, mostly sunny.  Can't wait!

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70 right now in NE philly. 71 should be the high as it now came down a degree. Feels soo freakin nice outside! I was hoping for a late March miracle snow but after today im good with the warmth coming back and striper season starting up

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10 hours ago, Rainshadow said:

Today's thermals aloft are showing upside potential over MOS guidance. Mid to Upper 60s look doable. A 70 in interior Delaware or SNJ wouldn't shock me.

70.0F on the dot at 3:59pm!

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