Hello everyone, Last time I wrote about how above-average ocean temperature’s off the coast of New England were contributing to … More
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Above-Average Ocean Temperatures Contributing to Historic Boston Snowfall
Hello everyone, The top weather story this week is still all of the snow in my hometown of Boston. The … More
The Pineapple Express and California’s Rain
Another week and another big storm, so another post. Welcome back! California has seen some flooding rains the past few … More
How Nor’Easters Form
Good evening everyone, I grew up in New England, an exciting place for a budding meteorologist. The weather is ever-changing … More
The Cut-off Low and the Colorado Floods: In Pictures
Good evening everyone, I was watching Monday Night Football tonight in Colorado and I couldn’t help but think about the … More
The Blue Autumn Sky: Illusion or Reality?
Good evening everyone, Like it or not, fall is here. I really expected more hurricane discussion up to this point, … More
TS FLOSSIE takes aim at Hawaii: Why is it so invulnerable to hurricanes?
Surfs up! Flossie is about to begin lashing Hawaii’s big island with strong winds, heavy rain, and some big waves. … More
El Nino and Atlantic Basin Hurricane Activity
Hello again, Tonight I wanted to delve a little deeper into something I mentioned in my last post. We were … More