Saturday, January 24, 2009

January 21st Sunset in Denver

Apparently it's wave-cloud chase season here in Denver! Enjoy.







We've had a slight change in the weather here. Yesterday, it actually snowed! We didn't get much ... but it was enough to take the edge off of the 77ºF earlier this week. It is only January after all.

We're definitely seeing a more active pattern now. The massive ridge has broken down in the west and shortwave after shortwave ought to bring some good snow to the west slope here in Colorado. Some of the longer model runs are hinting at the opening of the Gulf next weekend. Severe weather in the future?


In The Tropics:

No active systems. However, there are a few areas of note, especially 90S Invest which looks to be cyclonic already. I wouldn't be surprised to see it named before making landfall in Australia tomorrow.



Satellite imagery used with permission; courtesy of IPS Meteostar Inc. Click for larger images. Annotations are made by the author of this blog. Tropical cyclone tracking information from Navy/NRL Tropical Cyclone Page.

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Dann.
Currently at Denver (Hampden Heights), Colorado: 27ºF, clear, winds N ~5kt.

2 comments:

Pat Boomer said...

Those are some fabulous pics Dann, I just can't get enough of the colors involved with these things.
#2 and #3 are extra dreamy.

Dann Cianca said...

Thank you very much Pat! It's a nice chance for me to stand out and marvel at the sky. Of course, it usually means I have to stay at work a little later, but it's worth it!