Beemer (dr_tectonic) wrote,

Oh, that's right, it's *spring*

It's spring in Colorado, and the last few days have been fairly nice and sunny, if somewhat cold.

Which means, of course, that it's time for more winter. Snow, in particular.

Heard from a colleague that the forecast is for a lot of rain this afternoon, followed by snow. The first few inches of snow will melt (yes, you heard me right), but by the end of the day tomorrow, we may well have a foot of snow on the ground.

The storm is already hitting Colorado Springs pretty hard and is moving north. Somebody said it's raining in Denver east of I-25, and while there's still plenty of overcast sun here, I can look south out my window and see the clouds starting to thicken. I'm going to try and head home early, and I think that tomorrow I'll just work from home. I was planning on attending talk on CU campus and at the Mesa Lab in the afternoon; I'll have to play it by ear.

Several of the seeds in my grassing bottle actually sprouted. I can have spring even if it's snowing.

EDIT: Same colleague showed me an animation, and it looks like we may just get grazed on the north end of town, that it may all hit south Denver & the springs. I think I'll head home if it starts precipitating.

  • Whoops!

    Just discovered that my Dreamwidth posts haven't been crossposting to LJ since shortly after the pandemic started because I forgot to update my…

  • Milestones

    On Tuesday two weeks ago, I gave the talk that I was scheduled to give a year ago before the conference I was giving it at was cancelled. It's still…

  • Snowpocalypse 21

    It was cloudy and snizzling most of the day Saturday, but the snow didn't really start until Saturday night, and then it kept going all day Sunday.…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded