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I live in the Blackstone Valley where no one tells you nothing. When weather people stand in the studio and do their predicting, they position themselves so you can see the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 478 more words


The Science of Tropical Cyclones

Tropical cyclones are incredibly powerful and dangerous natural phenomena. Every year, coastlines all across the globe are impacted by these tempests. When the storms move toward land, heavy rain, strong wind, storm surge and tornadoes all contribute to their destructive power.  535 more words

Swell Lines Magazine

The Windmill

A white windmill rose into the immense black clouds that always hovered above the wheatfields. It was taller than most windmills, almost a tower in its own right, and it was here that the old man lived with his son. 370 more words

Whether Forecasting

The science of deciding whether
Either singly or together
We should eat the donkey. See
(n.) Eeyoremeatiology.


New Mexico Weather: 4/24/15

Rio Rancho woke up to a dreary morning. The skies are overcast, with a temperature of 47.1 F, a relative humidity of 71%, a relative pressure of 29.77 in Hg, and supposedly 0.13 inches of rain, according to my backyard weather station. 459 more words


Weather forecasts, the importance of model resolution

When working in extreme environments having advance knowledge of the weather conditions can be the difference between a successful operation or a waste of time and resources with considerable personnel risk. 636 more words


Severe Weather Today: 4/23/15

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has issued several Slight Risk areas for severe storms this afternoon.

Associated with the Slight Risk areas are 2% and 5% Tornado Threat Rings, with the strongest threat being across Texas. 416 more words