I am a weather observer who works at 2 airports in Colorado (Denver and Colorado Springs). Here are my comments on the ever-fickle weather here.
By: pulserstar , 9:25 AM GMT on April 29, 2012
Showers were in the forecast tonight when I came to work. They were on the radar as I was driving in, but none were hitting the ground due to some underlying superdry downslope air.
Then it went clear. Getting colder, 37 at present.
Fog is possible if the wind shifts any direction but from the mountains. It was southeast before midnight, looked like it was shifting around to normal drainage winds from the W-SW, now it's swinging back north. A co-worker told me that if you can smell cow manure, usually fog rolls in, since the fog comes from the North where Greeley is located - with many cattle farms.
I now smell manure. And the humidity is increasing. I hope it happens.
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