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Video of the Week: #2

I am going to attempt to post a weather-related video each week. This one is an oldie, but a goodie.  Whenever you reach flooded roads, turn around, don’t drown.   17 more words


Satellite Image of the Week #7

This week’s satellite image is from this afternoon over Oregon.  I really liked the way this image looked, more so than its great meteorological significance.  There is a boundary that runs through the center of the state, and mountain-wave pattern clouds in the south.   29 more words


Whispers over roars

I found out that today is a “day to listen to angels’ whispers” in a town in the far north region of my homeland. “Angels’ whispers” refer to diamond dusts, a meteorological phenomenon where tiny ice crystals form clouds near ground-level and produce glitters as sunlight passes through them. 398 more words


2/15/17: Daily Post

Yesterday, I spent the morning and early afternoon tutoring at Magdalena.  The kids were still on a sugar high, but things were a little calmer, and I think we all had a good day. 97 more words


Storm Prediction Center Update: 2/15/17

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Outlook does not show much severe weather action over the next week.

Day 1: No Organized Risk

Some isolated thunderstorms are possible in southern Florida as there is plenty of instability, according to the 00Z soundings.   236 more words


Long Range Forecasting: 2/14/17-2/21/17

It is time to look ahead at the long range forecast, as told by the GFS model.

As we dry out from this past weekend’s winter storm, we will see the temperature creep upward slowly over the next few days.   191 more words


Update on Life

Hey all! I haven’t posted in forever (well, last month). I wanted to give you all on update on things. My father passed away on January 19th at the age of 64. 553 more words