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New Mexico Weather: 3/5/15

The weather with chilly, mostly sunny and clear this morning in Rio Rancho.

The visible satellite and enhanced infrared imagery show clear skies. The water vapor imagery shows most of the moisture is south of the New Mexico/Texas border. 192 more words


Citations and Open Exchange of Data

The American Meteorological Society has a good recent blog post on datasets.  The focus starts out on making sure every dataset used in any use is properly referenced with the proper citations. 160 more words


What is the "jet stream"?

Students at the Colorado Media School have asked me why it’s been so cold in Denver for the last two weeks. The “simple” answer is that we’ve been in a “pattern” that allows colder air from the north and northwest to settle in over the Front Range. 534 more words


That guy

These people don’t know each other:

(somewhere in Nevada): “Look at this.  What’s wrong with that guy?”

(somewhere in Sunderland, England, UK) “What a…

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Rainmapper Smartphone App @Rainmapper

Graduate students at the University of California at Irvine have developed the Rainmapper app, available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play store for near-real time global precipitation estimates to a 4km grid point available at your fingertips.  38 more words


New Mexico Weather: 3/3/15 Issue

I started a weather post for New Mexico this morning. However, after taking a few screen shots, my computer battery died and I left my charger…somewhere. 100 more words


Southern Door Swings Open Wednesday

Slams Shut Thursday

Cool and damp for the rest of today. However, the yo-yo that is March weather will continue this week. Expect warm southerly air to push into the Atlanta area for tomorrow — that means temperatures will run about 15 degrees above average tomorrow…well into the 70s! 115 more words