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Here Come The Snow

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Wednesday February 20, 2013

Delta, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Went to Delta to run a couple errands and on our way home, the snow was doing it's thing on Grand Mesa and working its way down the lower mesas. We didn't get much more than an inch, but the mountains and Eastern Colorado did better. Real good news for the farmers on our Eastern plains...and Kansas, Nebraska and beyond. This storm covered quite a bit of territory.

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2. ColoradoKat
6:20 PM GMT on February 21, 2013
True, but we always do need more. Colorado is a
semi-arid state, at least West of the Rockies, and
we are grateful for ANY moisture we get. That's
why everything here depends on irrigation water
from the reservoirs, which fill from the snow pack on
the mountains melting in Spring. It doesn't matter as
much how much snow we get down her as it does how
much snow they get in the mountains.
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1. trailhiker44
6:09 PM GMT on February 21, 2013
An inch is an inch ! Guess it`s better than nothing !Looks like you could use a bit more though !
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