We’ve had some really bumpy weather along Colorado’s Front Range the last few days. Thunderstorms, snow in the high country, damaging hail, flooding, and yesterday, a couple of tornadoes out on the plains. Right here in north Thornton, we’ve been lucky (knock wood). Some pea-sized hail Tuesday night and lots of rain while other areas have had lots of damaging hail up to tennis-ball size.
Which brings me to the osprey nest at the Boulder County Fairgrounds up in Longmont.
The live camera there is available all the time:
Tuesday night this was the scene:
What a brave, determined little bird. She didn’t lose a single egg.
At 10:00 am this morning, the radar looks like this:
All that “fun” stuff is headed northwest and Longmont, upper left, is directly in its path. (The big blue dot is my location.) Here’s hoping it all goes north faster than west.
Good luck, little one. Looks like it’s going to be another bumpy day.