MU Meteo☈ology, '25. Medium-range forecasts. Climate stats. Weather history fanatic. Energy and environment. Maverick. Country boy at heart.
What Causes Dust Devils Anyhow?
By Chris Martz Earlier today, a rotating column of dust formed over a football field at Brooks Junior High School in Alberta, Canada. Monster dust devil at Brooks Junior High School football field in #Brooks #abstorm video taken by Sadie… Read More ›
April Snowstorms: The Rule, Not the Exception
By Chris Martz | April 16, 2019 Last week, the Great Plains and upper Midwest were pummeled with a late-season blizzard. A wide swath of 10 to 20+ inches of snow buried parts of Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota,… Read More ›
Late-Season Blizzard to Hit the Plains & Upper Midwest
By Chris Martz We are now less than two months away from meteorological summer, and there is no sign of a locked-in spring for the Upper Midwest and Great Plains, as a late-season blizzard is set to drop a hammer… Read More ›
Rare April Snow Hits the Carolinas
By Chris Martz Many living in interior North Carolina and South Carolina woke up Tuesday morning to find a light coating of snow on the ground, a rare sight even in winter! @wxbrad Near Wingate/Unionville pic.twitter.com/Uo1L3AXYxY — Micah Tyson (@Micah_GlassJoe)… Read More ›
Weather Weekly! What A Boring Pattern!
By: Chris Martz Good evening everyone! Welcome back to another “Weather Weekly” forecast discussion! In tonight’s blog/video, I will be doing a medium-range forecast for North America. We have been in a pretty quiet weather pattern over this time period,… Read More ›
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