2010 Catch Archive


 

"THE CATCH"
ARCHIVES 2020

Past Issues of Nolan Doesken's bi-montly CoCoRaHS e-mail messages 


January 2020

No Catch in January, 2020


February 2020

February 17, 2020
 "Beyond the Groundhog"

  • Snow and SWE Monday's
  • Your Dot on the Map - It's a Beautiful Thing
  • South Carolina Announcement
  • Snow Rollers
  • Cloud Rosettes
  • Singing in the Rain - CoCoRaHS Theme Songs!
  • Fundraiser Results
  • WxTalk Webinars - Past, Present and Future
  • CoCoRaHS March Madness and Why We Keep Recruiting
  • Farm Story: Old Red id Dead, Miserable Mud, Losing a Horse on Four Acres

  • March 2020

    March 19-20, 2020
     "Special Edition"

  • In Pursuit of Normalcy
  • 11,000+ reports on the 19th - Big Day
  • Measuring and Reporting Tips - On Hold for Now
  • March Madness Update
  • Good News - Great News - 500 volunteers' data will be included in the new Climate Normals
  • Resources for Learning
  • Farm Story: Advice from a wise Mother-In-Law, and Be Safe and Be Well
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    April 2020

    April 16, 2020
     "Counting Down to 50 Million Daily Reports!"

  • Countdown to 50 Million
  • Hunkering Down
  • WxTalk Webinar
  • Regularity is Good!
  • Farm Story: A Sudden and Sad Farewell
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    May 2020

    No Catch in May


    June 2020

    June 17, 2020
     "Happy Birthday to Us! 22 Years Old!"

  • Happy Birthday to Us! CoCoRaHS Turns 22!
  • CoCoRaHS in a Pandemic Mode
  • Another Milestone Reached - 15,000 Daily Reports in a Single Day
  • Another Goal to Shoot For?
  • Volunteer Recognition
  • Time of Observation
  • Have you Moved?
  • Extra Reports that can Help
  • Weatherwise Magazine
  • Farm Story: Lots Happening this Time of Year
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    July 2020

    July 28, 2020
     "A Tribute and Big News"

  • Welcome and Greetings, Weather Update
  • This is the Time for CoCoRaHS -- Max Variability
  • Remembering our Big Storm of July 28, 1997
  • Big News - Announcement of the New Interactive Mapping System
  • Scheduled Downtime
  • Missing my sister - a Tribute
  • Useful Reminders, Locating and Maintaining Gauge Placement
  • Farm Story: Family Visiting, Guest Horse, and New Rooster



  • September 2020

    September 25, 2020
     "Closing Out Another Water Year"

  • Welcome and Greetings, Weather Update
  • Missed Some Crazy Weather Again
  • When the Maps go Blank
  • The Water Year is Nearing its End
  • Please Check Over Your Data
  • Wonderful Participation Continues - Despite (or perhaps because) of the Pandemic
  • Upcoming WxTalk Webinars
  • Puzzled by Silence
  • Farm Story: All that happened when we were gone! 


  • October 2020

    October 29, 2020
     "Winter Already (For Some of Us)"

  • Welcome and Greetings, Weather Update
  • Another CoCoRaHS Blackout
  • Water Year Summaries for 2020
  • The New Map Just Got Newer
  • What Do You Think of Snow?
  • Speaking of Snow (Snow Training info)
  • Special WxTalk Webinar - AccuWeather President
  • I Try To Reply
  • Rain Gauge Replacement
  • Farm Story: More of what happened when we were gone!


  • November 2020

    November 25, 2020
     "Thanking, Hoping and Still Measuring"

  • Welcome and Greetings, Weather Update
  • Final 2020 Water Year Summaries!! Surplus or Deficit?
  • Giving Thanks
  • CoCoRaHS Health Check - Accomplishments
  • On My Wish List
  • Learning From, and About the Weather
  • WxTalk Webinar
  • An Unexpected Plug for CoCoRaHS
  • Coming Soon - Annual Fundraiser
  • Farm Story: "Tim the Tom" and My Famous Stuffing Recipe


  • December 2020

    November 25, 2020
     "Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and Wow, What a Storm!"

  • Welcome and Holiday Greetings, Weather Update
  • A Real Doozy!
  • Our Youngest and Oldest
  • Recruiting: Source of the Month
  • Ten For CoCoRaHS - Fundraising Update
  • Significant Wx Reports - What Constitutes "Significant"?
  • WxTalk Webinar - Top 10 Weather Events
  • Why We Use the Rain Gauge We Use
  • Interested in "Extra Duties"?
  • CoCoRaHS App - Always Working to Improve
  • Interactive Maps - (More) New Features
  • Hooray for Zeroes!!
  • Farm Story: Where there are Animals and People - There Will Always be Stories!