Precipitation news: Boulder recorded a scant .01 inches in March setting a new record


From the Boulder Daily Camera (Mitchell Byars):

The city of Boulder has only recorded .01 inches of rain this month, and there has been no measurable snowfall so far in what is typically the snowiest month of the year, according to meteorologist Matt Kelsch. Should it not rain or snow in the next three days — which Kelsch said is very likely — it will be Boulder’s driest March in recorded history. The previous record was .05 inches of rain in 1910.

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