Category Archives: Storms

Rain 6_19_22

Finally! Almost 3 inches so far and more forecast.

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Snowy Wednesday

A quick 3 inches dropped Tuesday night and disappeared with Wednesday’s warmth.

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Sky Odds and Ends 3_8_22

A sun halo, sunset, new Moon, shadow and a time lapse for a prelude to Spring.

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Piñon Jays in the snow!

They’re back in force after last night’s snow. They also seem to be in greater numbers. Not only at our feeder but in the trees. And then they all take off on cue; very much like the snow geese at … Continue reading

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Snow 2_17_22

3 to 4 inches and most has already melted away. Hoping for more or it’ll be a very dry Spring.

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Snow Jays 2_3_21

While tromping around in the sub-freezing temps and 2 or 3 inches of snow we collected… I watched a band of Piñon Jays fly from the other side of the greenbelt, around and over the house and land on our … Continue reading

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Storm moving in 1_27_22

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Happy New Year!

A good start with a nice snowfall to begin the year. Later, more snow came rolling in before the first sunset of the year.

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Christmas clouds, sunset and SNOW!

We had our first real snow for the season; a much needed White Christmas up in the mountains after it rained here at home all day on Christmas Eve. The Sangres were shrouded in clouds on Christmas Day and then … Continue reading

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PJays and RAIN!

The flock of marauding piñon jays are back this winter. They fly from feeder to feeder and gobble down or scatter the seed and then; just as quickly as they appear, they’re gone. And we also have had a measurable … Continue reading

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