Boulder, Colorado

The town named after a rock. Off to Boulder we go for a little bit of forecast fun.

At 636PM, MT, Boulder was reporting a temperature of 62 degrees with light rain and overcast conditions. With an upper level ridge in place with no sign of moving, the shower activity was decidedly the result of lee troughing.
There really is no sign of a significant change to the overall pattern in Colorado, On shore flow will feed widespread convection over the Plains, with a few monsoonal showers and storms over the highest peaks of the Rockies. For the most part, things will be fine in Bouldder, but for an isolated shower in the afternoon both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tomorrow – Sunny with some afternoon showers, High 86, Low 55
Wednesday – Isolated showers, therwise mostly sunny, High 87, Low 62

TWC: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 83, Low 53
Wednesday – Mostly Sunny High 86, Low 54

AW: Tomorrow – Sun followed by some clouds High 83, Low 50
Wednesday – Partly sunny and very warm (evening storms) High 89, Low 52

NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 79, Low 51
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, High 82, Low 52

WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny. High 83, Low 52
Wednesday – Mostly sunny. High 84, Low 55

WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Cloudy with Isolated Storms High 84, Low 66
Wednesday, Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Showers Hgh 82, Low 64

This should be a very interesting verification. Rain will probably crop up, and if it does, it will be very impactful to the temperature. Also, how does Boulder, the home of NCAR, not have MOS data?

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