After a good soaking much of the day on the last Sunday of the summer, the clouds parted enough late in the day to allow this rainbow to form over Rangely. It rained again that evening and on Monday to make for some good precipitation as autumn officially began.
RBC I It’s hot! It’s freezing! It’s humid! It was quite a diverse year in Rio Blanco County. The temperature from the year’s coldest to the year’s warmest, as recorded from Jan. 1 to the end of October, spanned 129 degrees.
Some welcome cloud cover followed Friday night’s rain along these back roads near Dragon Road outside Rangely. With only a few sprinkles accompanied by high temperatures and high humidity, most outdoor enthusiasts seem be sticking to early-morning exercise, including the rider who put these bike tracks in the recently rained-upon
RBC — Precipitation at the plant center in February measured only 0.30 inches and includes 3.5 inches of snow.
RBC — The second snow survey of winter on the Upper White River Watershed was completed on Feb. 26. The White River snow pack water equivalent (snow moisture) is presently 7 percent above last year at this time.
RBC — Precipitation in January at the plant center measured 1.45 inches and includes 14.5 inches of snow.
RBC — The first snow survey of winter on the Upper White River Watershed was completed on Jan. 29.