Weather Fan Christmas Gift Ideas from a Real Meteorologist

Hello everyone. It's getting cold, even here in New Mexico. It's also dark before I get home from work, which is a tad depressing. But fear not, because those endless Election Day commercials are about to give way to endless Christmas gift commercials. It's time to start shopping, and if you're here at Wildcard Weather …

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A Trip through southeastern New Mexico; Roswell, Cavern Weather, and Dust Devils

Welcome back! Living in Albuquerque, New Mexico has felt like living on a different planet. From the altitude to the blazing sun to the bone-dry air, Boston may as well be across the galaxy as it is across the continent. Forecasting here has been quite a challenge too; little microclimates form around the mountains that …

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Tropical Storm Andrea and steering

Good afternoon everyone, Before I begin talking about one of my favorite subjects in all of meteorology, let's check on Andrea. Andrea is still a tropical storm (somehow, it's gone over a lot of land). It's over North Carolina and is moving northeast. It's created a few tornadoes and some flash flooding, but overall it's …

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Know about the NWS Storm Prediction Center?

Happy Sunday everyone. Since we've started this blog out with a few severe weather posts, I wanted to share something. Did you know that the National Weather Service has an office with the sole responsibility of predicting the country's severe weather threats? Based in Norman, OK, the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) keeps an eye out …

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