8,200 ft (2500 m) elevation, Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountain range, last Friday evening of January 2016 — Some 24 hours before the onset of a snow storm that could bring up to 39 cm (15 inches) of snow to this area. Yay!
The radiation-related parts of this post were deleted within 12 hours. Disclaimer: ‘Cause I reserve the right to do whatever I feel like doing with this blog of mine.
!-> The main part has been added onto and has been given its own seperate post, (Jan 30, 2016) Bit and Pieces of Recent Radiation Data (EURDEP, Radnet), incl. (from partly deleted previous post) Cs-137/Th-232/Be-7 Uptick in Kotka, Finland, Data Gaps in the US Pacific Northwest, Etc.
These storms often lose their punch over the Sierras in California and the over the main ranges of the Rockies, before they get to the Sangre de Cristos. (This is mainly a high desert for a reason…) This forecast, however, saw some ‘upgrades’ rather than downgrades as the storm is approaching:
- From 5 days ago:
- From Friday evening:
And one from Saturday morning (1/30/2016), 10 am:
Barely froze last night, and already above freezing by 9:30am.
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