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This Week’s Weather

September’s Here But Rain Continues By John McGinley Last week our atmospheric models were forecasting a shift in the upper level high to the west that would have cut off the monsoon ...
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Boulder Office of Emergency Managment

Boulder Office of Emergency Managment Has released another Flash Flood Warning. 11:50 A.M. Sunday 09-15-13 Richard Dolan , a Boulder Resident and Webmaster for the Mountain Ear Newspaper ...

This Week’s Weather Nedfest Weather

This Week’s Weather By John McGinley Summer Returns With Highs In The 80s This summer we have had very few five-day periods with highs in the 80. Even though we are in mid August ...
Peaceful Meadow Farm

Gardens flourish under summer rain

Barbara Lawlor Peak to Peak Our mountain world has become green and lush with verdant meadows and wonderful wildflowers. In the past couple years, mountain gardeners have pushed beyond ...

The Mountain Ear

“And in the naked light I saw, Ten thousand people, maybe more. People talking without speaking. People hearing without listening. People writing songs that voices never shared. And ...

Naturally Speaking

“Odds and Ends” Dave Hallock Eldora This spring’s moisture had me thinking that we would be safe from fire danger until after the July monsoons, but nature threw a curve ...

This Week’s Weather

By John McGinley Upper High Shifts To West; Brings A Drier Week Weak northwesterly flow aloft brought on by a shift of the upper level high to the west, kept wet monsoon air at bay. ...

This Week’s Weather

By John McGinley “Dirty Ridge” Saves The Day After the northerly flow that brought us frequent showers in June, we tansitioned into a pattern with large high pressure system over ...
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