Brooks Garner

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Re: Brooks Garner

Post by CrashTestDummy » Tue Aug 13, 2019 2:39 pm

Some of the guys on my team work in the Denver area.

Yeah, the weather in that part of the world is quite different from the swamps of Houston! I remember when back in school, we did a field camp in New Mexico. The weather forecast always included two daytime temperatures; the one in the mountains, and the other in the valleys.

"High today will be around 85 in the mountains, and 100 in the valleys." =8-0

We were mostly in the valleys!
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Re: Brooks Garner

Post by unome » Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:17 pm

you apparently brought it with you, Brooks

https://twitter.com/bhensonweather/stat ... 2998759426
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Bob Henson Retweeted NWS Boulder

In records going back to 1872, Denver had never gotten any hotter than 97°F during the month of September. This week, they've topped that mark three times, including today.
https://twitter.com/NWSBoulder/status/1 ... 6145525767
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Denver reached 98° at 2:05pm this afternoon breaking the daily record high of 97°. Coming into the month of September this year, the monthly record temp was 97°. Remarkably, we've had three separate days reach above the old monthly record. (98 on 9/1 & 100 on 9/2) #COwx
1:11 PM - 5 Sep 2019

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