The Ice Dam Cometh

Hello everyone and welcome back! It's been two months since my last post, but a cross-country move doesn't happen quickly and I've just begun to get settled. I have to say that although quite brown, New Mexico is a beautiful and I'm loving the warmth. Today I wanted to talk about a very real threat …

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Adventures in Cloud Seeding

Hi everybody,   Call it a lack of interesting weather news, an overcrowded schedule, or maybe just writer's block, but blogging has been at a crawl lately. In order to spark some life back into this page I've decided to return to my favorite topic: cloud seeding. Cloud seeding has a long history, not all …

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Two Articles that caught my eye this week; glass rain and weather balloons

Good evening, First of all I'd like to say "Thank you" and "Welcome" Wildcard Weather's new followers. Don't forget to also follow on Twitter @wildcardweather and e-mail me any question at wildcardweather@gmail.com. Two short bits of news from this week. The first I saw on BBC News' Twitter feed under the title Glass rain may …

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Cloud Seeding: A Brief History and an Introduction to the Science

Good evening, I have to admit I'm pretty excited about this post. Cloud seeding is my single favorite subject in all of meteorology. I love it because what it represents; that as we continue to better understand weather we will become more able to control. Now this may not mean weather-on-demand, but proactive measures to …

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