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The Windiest Place in America

Our May/June issue featured a short profile on Tom Padham ’12, a meteorologist who is stationed at the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. 103 more words

From The Magazine

Day 2-Dust and Dissapointment

Somewhere between Floydada and Plainview

Well yesterday was cool. We started early, waking up at the shocking time of 6:30am-anyone that knows me well will know that I haven’t seen this time of day since 2007- but jet lag helped kick us out of bed and downstairs for a nice breakfast of a rainbow coloured cereal full of E-numbers. 1,027 more words


Storm Chase Day 2: 326 Miles

Yesterday, I began my day in Dumas, TX. I started the morning in the Slight Risk area, which became an Enhanced Risk area later in the day. 511 more words


5/21/16: Daily Post

Yesterday, I went storm chasing. I got off to a late start, and was nowhere near ready to go, but I went anyway. I am not running APRS so far, and I still have a mess in the car from wires, cables and electronics. 48 more words


USA Day 1- A long day in the sky

Gate C28 Copenhagen Airport
As I write this I have just been hit in the head by a 7 year-old-ish blonde Danish girl. As you can imagine, with an extreme lack of sleep and with 16 hours of travelling still to come, I am very ready to turn round and punt her in the face. 1,240 more words


Storm Chase Summary Coming Soon

I have a lot of photos and such to process. Look for a full post tomorrow morning. In the mean time, here is an image of another busted tornado-less day (today). 6 more words


Satellite Image of the Week: #22

This week’s satellite image was taken this afternoon on the first day of my storm chase. The thin band of clouds through the Panhandles region and New Mexico marks the leading edge of the dryline. 29 more words