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Old Today, 06:34 PM
Status: "I have begun attempting custom climates on sheets." (set 13 days ago)
 
Location: Wyoming unfortunately
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I want to look into the climate of Colorado’s wet mountains. I’ve read that not only are snowfall totals high in winter, but rainfall is high in summer surprisingly. They get their name from both of these, but mountains literally named after how wet they are, in Colorado? There seems to basically be no climate data from the wet mountains but if anyone knows where one could find that data or if you just want to have a discussion about the wet mountains than this is the place.
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