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|02-16-2017 05:13 PM|
Originally Posted by NickinCO View Post
|02-16-2017 11:43 AM|
|02-15-2017 08:06 PM|
Check this out:
100 degrees in Oklahoma, in winter
|02-11-2017 02:10 PM|
|linvillegorge||Yeah, it's a mid-winter warm spell. Not the first time it's happened and certainly won't be the last. Forecasts for the latter part of February are looking pretty good.|
|02-11-2017 12:26 PM|
So, it's February and it was warmer in Denver yesterday than Hawaii.
Rain is forecast for Fraser today (nicknamed "the Icebox of Colorado").
We are having wet slide avy danger in the heart of the season.
|02-10-2017 04:01 PM|
Originally Posted by Aztrailerhawk View Post
|02-10-2017 03:01 PM|
Trucks over in Georgetown
|02-10-2017 02:28 PM|
So, in certain spots, this warm weather has lead to the formation of a hard crust in the snowpack. new snow will not bond well to it.
edit (from CAIC):
Very warm temperatures will create dangerous avalanche conditions at lower elevations on Friday. Without a solid freeze last night, the surface snow will quickly grow unstable this morning as the sun rises
|02-10-2017 01:02 PM|
|02-10-2017 12:34 PM|
I'm not gonna lose my mind over a couple of warm days, especially with another storm right on the horizon.
But, what we really need is some snow in the foothills. So far it's been a super dry, super windy winter in the foothills. Nothing is getting over the divide. This whole place is a tinderbox with this combo of dry weather and near constant wind. We need a good upslope storm.
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