Clouds in the lee of the Rockies at sunset. (clouds sunrise+sunset mountains ). Photo by RickyRood
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Clouds in the lee of the Rockies at sunset.

Uploaded by: RickyRood

Saturday November 24, 2012

Lafayette, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

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About RickyRood

RickyRood

I'm a professor at U Michigan and lead a course on climate change problem solving. I write blogs for WU, take on problems that I can't solve, and sometimes learn something along the way.

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