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Here’s a report from the Denver Post. From the article:
A real-time rain, hail and snow-gauge network, masterminded by Colorado State University, took in more than 800 instant reports one wet day this month. So far, no floods, so good, but the network — the awkwardly named Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network — stands by, and in the meantime provides climatologists with priceless data on actual weather patterns. The grid has spread to 46 states and will take on three more this year, with 14,500 volunteer reporters nationwide.
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