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DENVER (CBS4) – Depending on where you live in the Denver metro area the average annual precipitation is anywhere from 14 to 16 inches on average. That total includes both rain and melted snow. A deluge of heavy rain hit parts of the northern Denver metro area on Friday night as monsoon storms moved through the area. A few CoCoRaHS rain gauges between Broomfield and Erie saw roughly a quarter of their annual precipitation within just a matter of hours. One CoCoRaHS rain gauge located just southeast of Erie measured 3.67 inches of rain from the storm. Another gauge to the northeast...
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Jennifer M. Granholm, the first woman governor of Michigan, served two terms before joining the Biden administration as the second woman to lead the U.S. Department of Energy. In a recent interview with rolling out, she discussed the broad reach of infrastructure, how it disproportionately affects communities of color, and why Mother Nature is angry.
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The beach is best known for the unique sound the rocks make when they click together as waves go in and out.
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I’m thinking it’s broken. Overwhelmed by the need for change and with the simple notion that Mother Nature will eventually take care of her own errors and put things back on track.
Most people do their best to take cover when severe weather and tornadoes are headed their way. But, there’s a group of people who are running toward the storms. They are storm chasers. Each storm chaser has their own motivation, some are serious meteorologists, collecting hard data with scientific instruments....
Rainfall, wind and the threat of thunderstorms have made this past week a catch-when-catch can scenario. There is another factor that may be having an impact on the fish bite, too — a full moon phase. My charter captain friend, Lance Ehrhardt of Sassafras Charters, used to say that the full moon seemed to change the fish feeding pattern. In particular, walleye seemed to bite better at night. A number of outdoor publications believe that the full moon phase is when trophy fish and wild game are often harvested. Here is some evidence to back up those theories. Captain Larry Jones, who is another contact, commented that lately most fishermen are struggling to connect with walleye.
Join us at Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary for Blues on the Banks, Saturday, August 14, 2021 at 5:00 PM. We'll have brats, burgers and brews, along with nature walks every half hour beginning at 5:15 pm. So sit back in your lawn chair or on your blanket and end the evening watching the sunset on the Platte River while listening to smooth blues, jazz and other tunes played by "Blue Plate Special" with Marty Tilley.
Mother Nature has had it with her brood. If you can’t see that, you haven’t been paying attention. Earth provides nutrition and sustenance. She coddles us and protects us. And what have we done in return? We treat her the way we too often treat our mothers. We ignore her advice. We place our needs above hers. We imagine she can magically make any problem go away — perhaps because we take for granted the toil of our real mothers who dusted us off when we faltered and stretched a pound of meatloaf to feed a family of six.