CSU In The News Archive

Record cold gives way

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Colorado State University professor Roger Pielke Sr., the state climatologist, said such frigid weather is not uncommon along the Front Range, though it hasn’t been seen in recent years and usually not so early in the season.

A golden age

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Take, for instance, Dr. William Gray, 75, who’s been forecasting hurricanes for 44 years. Gray has scaled back his duties at Colorado State University somewhat, but he’s contributed a wealth of knowledge on forecasting over the years, and he’ll continue …

A stormy new year

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But there’s also bad news in the forecast issued by Colorado State University’s William Gray. The 2006 season will be more active than average, in keeping with the cycle of higher activity that began in 1995 and is expected to …

Active hurricane season seen

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But the nation is likely to experience fewer intense, landfalling hurricanes than it did in 2005, the costliest, most destructive hurricane season ever, according to William Gray and his forecast team.