Sunday, October 14, 2018

Another Significant Rain Event

Cumulus piled on the Catalinas this morning, viewed from campus.

Another significant rain event here in Tucson area yesterday into early morning hours today (Sunday October 14).  Alert maps above and below show entire network for 24-hours ending at 6:00 am MST this morning. There have been some additional showers in spots since then. Here at house there was 1.11 inches, with just a bit of that occurring after midnight. October accumulation has reached 2.14" here and it's not quite middle of the month. New short-wave digging southward west of Continental Divide forecast to close-off over Arizona, keeping first part of coming week unsettled.

Wintry weather and snow occurring this morning from Minnesota to southeastern Colorado. Photo at bottom is from the Boulder Creek webcam, which is in the main part of the city. Just above is view of heavy snow falling in Imperial, Nebraska (Imperial is in the far southwest corner of the state).

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