Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Today was such an incredible day. The temperature, according to
was a warm 60 deg F.
There was a light breeze, and compared to the
past few days, the wind was howling.
All of the snow on the ground has melted.
the day some clouds were apparent. Cirrus clouds, the wispy ones, which happen to be
my favorite clouds, were spread out all across the sky.
Currently there is a low-pressure
system headed our way. It is moving fast enough to spare us a foot of snow, but it will
bring cold temperatures along with it, but will unfortunately dump snow on the eastern
plains of Colorado.
Monday, February 26, 2007
Today was a beautiful day. I woke up to the sun shining. The high temperature
was 42 deg F and windy. There is a high-pressure system
just to the left of us which has probably been bringing these beautiful, windy conditions
but a low pressure system looms in the Sierra Nevada Valley along with a cold front
bringing lots of precipitation. The sunny days are going to leave us, but as for today it
was nice, not too hot, and just right with a few cumulus and cirrus clouds floating around.
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Today started out to be a very nice day.
There were only a few cirrus clouds in
the sky but as the afternoon rolled around the clouds started to pile up, and they were
cumulus clouds. According to
a low-pressure system is sitting directly
over northern Colorado, Boulder included, with precipitation beginning.
pressure system is being followed by a strong cold front, which is supposed to bring great
amounts of snow to western Colorado.
On a temperature map, it is completely apparent