Don Story sent me this question on Twitter yesterday: “Hi Chris, maybe you can answer a question for us Central Floridians. I live near Summerfield and a group of us at the pool are avid radar watchers. A lot of… Read More ›
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I was delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with my friend and fellow Millersville University meteorology major, Gavin Morgan on a research project and final presentation for my UNIV103 First Year Exploring Earth Systems Class. We decided to investigate… Read More ›
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”— Benjamin Franklin Meteorological Analysis Three weeks ago, a major cold snap and series of winter storms enveloped the southern plains and parts of the Mississippi River Valley, sending temperatures below zero… Read More ›
Anytime there is an extreme weather or weather-related event, there never seems to be a shortage of people who immediately blame man-made climate change. You can bet your hard earned dollar that any individual who makes such obscure claims without… Read More ›
Hikers at Deception Pass State Park, northwest of Seattle, Washington, were greeted by a mesmerizing sight last weekend. Kim Knight Wilkinson was there to photograph this incredible phenomena, known as a fogbow. Fogbows, sometimes referred to as cloudbows, white rainbows,… Read More ›
Introduction As a weather forecaster, I love being able to break down and forecast extreme and/or noteworthy weather events here in the United States. Tropical cyclones, nor’easters, and Arctic outbreaks are a particular interest of mine. Yet, throughout this very… Read More ›