The Saratoga Sun -

By Liz Wood 

Pathfinder by the numbers


Bruce Boe, director of meteorology with the Weather Modification Project shared good news with the Upper Platte Valley Water Users Association Wednesday afternoon.

He predicted more snow in March for the Sierra Madre and Medicine Bow Ranges.

Last year, the snow stopped in March. That, combined with an early runoff, left the Platte Valley in one of its driest summers in history.

“That is the best news I have heard in a while,” Joe Glode said to Boe after his presentation.

Boe explained the weather pattern is different this time of year than it was last year. Boe believed that means more...

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