Star Cloud or Running Man–Cloud Watching

July 14, 2012
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Star Cloud or Running Man–Cloud Watching

I originally saw this cloud as a star, but reconsidered the “running man” possibility when I noticed it had a belly button!

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Fire, Smoke, Flashfloods and Mudslides in Colorado

July 6, 2012
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Fire, Smoke, Flashfloods and Mudslides in Colorado

According to the NOAA, June 2012 was the hottest June in Denver since weather records began in 1872. The heat did little to help the firefighters struggling with some the most severe ever seen in Colorado. The Foothills are now under daily flash flood warnings as afternoon showers move across the state and Hwy 14...

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Romero Fire Burns Out of Control in Corrales, New Mexico

June 21, 2012
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Romero Fire Burns Out of Control in Corrales, New Mexico

Firefighters from the Albuquerque Fire Department, Bernalillo County Fire Department, Corrales Fire Department, Santa Fe Fire Department and the Bureau of Indian Affairs are battling strong winds and extreme heat in a desperate fight to extinguish a line of “pocket” wildfires in the Rio Grande Bosque moving across both sides of the Rio Grande...

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Funnel Cloud Spotted in NW Loveland, Colorado on April 26, 2012

May 3, 2012
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Sun Pillars–Weather Education

April 19, 2012
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Sun Pillars–Weather Education

Sun Pillars! Such a wonderful sight, and I see them often on the New Mexico horizon. Sun pillars look exactly the way they sound. They are vertical streaks of light. They appear above and below a low sun as it shines through ice crystal clouds, generally Cirrus clouds, Cirrostratus, or Cirrocumulus, or ground level...

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Tornado Watch in Colorado

Storm moving in on Severance, Colorado. Photo by D.S. Dollman. For the second time in a month Eastern Colorado is tracking a string of...

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