Starting next week, scientists from Boulder’s National Center for Atmospheric Research will send airplanes packed with equipment into storms over northeastern Colorado.
Summertime hail is a common occurrence along Colorado’s Front Range. But a new study suggests it could all but disappear from the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains by the year 2070.
Scientists from Colorado and other national institutions are wrapping up a three-year research mission to study and measure greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It’s the most extensive airborne measurement of these gases to date.