Colorado low

Colorado low

[‚kal·ə′rad·ō ‚lō]
(meteorology)
A low which makes its first appearance as a definite center in the vicinity of Colorado on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains; analogous to the Alberta low.
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Rockies starter John Thomson appeared to be on his way to matching a Colorado low for hits allowed in a game, yielding two through eight innings and holding a 2-0 lead.
The Hayden Station fires Colorado low sulfur bituminous coal as its primary fuel.
We know all about wind after all, and watch the weather models chatter cheerfully about high pressure ridges and Colorado lows on the evening news as we feign comprehension well enough that we even imagine we understand a little.
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