From the National Weather Service: A Flash Flood Watch is in effect from Tuesday morning to Wednesday morning. Moisture and precipitation from the remnants of Hurricane Rosa will move across the area Monday through Wednesday. This will […]
RBC | According to the U.S. Drought Monitor all of Rio Blanco County is still currently classified as D3, or Extreme Drought, as precipitation around the county continues to fall well under normal rates. However, […]
RBC | The first two weeks of 2018 have seen a continuation of dry weather as the local region plunges further into drought-like conditions. According to the National Integrated Drought Information System, the western half […]
Special to the Herald Times RBC | The fire ban for unincorporated and private lands in Rio Blanco County was lifted Monday, Aug. 7 following recent rains and a positive long term fire weather outlook, […]
RBC | Snowpack in the Yampa, White and North Platte river basins is below normal at 86 percent of the median. Precipitation for March was 53 percent of average and water year-to-date precipitation is 108 […]
RBC I The last major El Niño to hit California was catastrophic: Throughout the winter of 1997 and 1998, rain, snow and powerful winds battered the state’s interior while towering waves hammered the coast.
It is said that high humidity and strong sunlight combine for a bright rainbow and that a rare double rainbow is caused by very high humidity and even stronger sunlight. Such was the case recently […]
RBC I El Niño is upon us, and it’s shaping up to be a big one—so big that scientists have amused themselves coming up with new terms for the coming weather phenomenon.