Current Conditions,
Red Fox Hills, Gunbarrel, NE Boulder, Colorado
(15 minute updates)

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Weather Summary, month and yesterday

Weather Summary for the month of December
Monthly High Temperature69°F at Tuesday, December 2, 2008 1:40:00 PM
Monthly Low Temperature-8°F at Monday, December 15, 2008 7:20:00 AM
Monthly Rainfall2.240"
Highest wind gust1.0 m.p.h. at Tuesday, December 2, 2008 7:50:00 PM
Monthly Heating Degree Days856.600708007812
Monthly Cooling Degree Days0.0

Weather summary for 28 December, 2008
Daily high temperature53°F
Daily low temperature34°F
Highest wind gust0.0m.p.h.
Daily rainfall0.0 "

Last year on 29 December, 2007
Daily high temperature34°F Saturday, December 29, 2007 2:30:00 PM
Daily low temperature20°F Saturday, December 29, 2007 12:00:00 AM
Daily rainfall 0.00 inches
Highest wind gust45.0 m.p.h.

The last good rain was 0.10 inches on 9 December, 200888

 

Past day's weather

(Notes: Late afternoon (5-7 pm) temperature in late spring and early summer can have a spike from sunlight at the sensor. Sometimes when there are very light winds radiation from the surroundings can cause anomalously high temperatures--this is most noticeable on cold sunny days with snow cover. The rain gage is not heated, so snow melting later on shows up as precipitation after a snowstorm is complete.)

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C. H. Jones | CIRES | Dept. of Geological Sciences | Univ. of Colorado at Boulder