It’s hot and getting hotter across much of the United States. With the National Weather Service forecasting high temperatures to reach the highest so far this year across much of the country, understandably folks are wondering just what is driving these unbearable temperatures. T ...Read More
“I`m running for president because everyday Americans and their families need a champion, and I want to be that champion. I want to make the words 'middle class' mean something again. “
-Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democratic Nominee for President.
This article is hard ...Read More
If there was one idea in meteorology school that is the most mind boggling (and I assure you, there are many that ideas that boggle the mind!), for me it had to be the idea that a model being wrong can be a good thing.
Up and until you take a course on Numerical Weather Predic ...Read More
One of the strongest El Nino weather patterns on record formed during 2015 and lasted into the spring of 2016. El Nino is where the water in the Pacific Ocean off the south American coast is warmer than average. The El Nino pattern we just observed is similar to the one experienc ...Read More
Our scheduled guest blogger, Mr. Ken Johnson, chief meteorologist at KAUZ 6 in Wichita Falls, TX will join us later this week, discussing what the transition from a strong El Nino to La Nina might be like. With model guidance, observations, and climatological reasoning all indica ...Read More
As the Springtime fronts and tornado season shifts into the grueling, humid months of Summer, folks from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast know their severe weather may be just beginning. While coastal residents begin preparing for tourist and hurricane season, residents o ...Read More