Nolan Doesken http://kunc.org en After Years Of Wild Weather, What Will 2014 Bring? http://kunc.org/post/after-years-wild-weather-what-will-2014-bring <p>What you call “crazy weather,” Colorado state climatologist Nolan Doesken calls “climate variability.”</p><p> Tue, 04 Feb 2014 13:00:00 +0000 Luke Runyon & Harvest Public Media 53776 at http://kunc.org After Years Of Wild Weather, What Will 2014 Bring? Colorado Flood Offers Data Goldmine To Scientists http://kunc.org/post/colorado-flood-offers-data-goldmine-scientists <p>The rainfall that led to September’s floods in Colorado has been described as “biblical.” State Climatologist Nolan&nbsp;Doesken&nbsp;is trying to quantify that description.</p><p> Thu, 14 Nov 2013 13:16:02 +0000 Grace Hood 51899 at http://kunc.org Colorado Flood Offers Data Goldmine To Scientists Floods Ease Front Range Drought Conditions, For Now http://kunc.org/post/floods-ease-front-range-drought-conditions-now <p>What a difference a week can make. The epic rainstorm that hovered over Colorado’s Front Range effectively quashed a lingering drought. But Climate scientists caution against rejoicing too quickly though.</p><p> Fri, 20 Sep 2013 11:00:00 +0000 Luke Runyon 49821 at http://kunc.org Floods Ease Front Range Drought Conditions, For Now As Winter Approaches, Colorado Has Precipitation Deficit http://kunc.org/post/winter-approaches-colorado-has-precipitation-deficit <p>We’re well past this year’s dry Summer, and into late Autumn – but the changing of the season&nbsp;doesn't&nbsp;fix the drought. Despite recent moisture, the entire state of Colorado remains in some level of drought.</p><p> Sat, 17 Nov 2012 14:24:33 +0000 Nathan Heffel 36563 at http://kunc.org As Winter Approaches, Colorado Has Precipitation Deficit Farmers’ Almanac Weighs in on Colorado Winter, and It’s Not Good http://kunc.org/post/farmers-almanac-weighs-colorado-winter-and-it-s-not-good <p>A seemingly endless drought this summer has created dried-up reservoirs and many disappointed farmers. The state’s climatologist told KUNC recently that a change in weather patterns—from a La Nina to a weak- to moderate-El Nino influence—<a href="http://kunc.org/post/state-climatologist-says-drought-stabilizing">could lead to more precipitation this fall.</a></p><p> Thu, 06 Sep 2012 13:00:00 +0000 Grace Hood 33210 at http://kunc.org Farmers’ Almanac Weighs in on Colorado Winter, and It’s Not Good