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  • Drought buster? Up to 10 feet of snow this week for California’s Sierra Nevada

    01/04/2016 9:27:22 PM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 27 replies ^ | 18 hours ago January 4, 2016 | Anthony Watts
    Here is some good news for drought-stricken California; the latest forecast model output from WeatherBell suggests that the Sierra Nevada snow-pack will get a fresh dump of up to 10 feet of snow. The Sierra snow-pack has already been reported as above normal (at 136 percent of normal) in the most recent snow survey conducted by the California Department of Water Resources. DWR Director Mark Cowin said the heavy snowfall so far during Water Year 2016 “has been a reasonable start, but another three or four months of surveys will indicate whether the snowpack’s runoff will be sufficient to replenish California’s reservoirs by...
  • Four Dead in Garland After Fierce Storms Hit Texas

    12/26/2015 7:24:07 PM PST · by Morgana · 78 replies ^ | December 26, 2015 | Phil Helsel, Andrew Rudansky and Gemma DiCasimirro
    Four people were killed in Garland, Texas, after fierce storms and tornadoes swept through the region Saturday, police said. All four deaths occurred near the intersection of I-30 and I-90 in Garland, within a couple thousand feet of each other, Garland police spokesman Mike Hatfield said. It is believed all four victims were in vehicles at the time, Hatfield said. There were also multiple injuries reported at an apartment building south of I-30, he said, but the injuries were not considered life threatening. At least two tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down south and east of Dallas beginning at...
  • Strongest El Niño since 1997 may trigger soaking winter storms

    08/12/2015 9:54:01 PM PDT · by Jack Hydrazine · 59 replies
    Ice Age Now ^ | 12AUG2015 | Robert Felix
    The trend is significantly increasing the chances that storms will drench California this winter, according to a new report released by federal scientists. They say conditions are lining up in ways not seen since the winter of 1997-98, when downpours filled reservoirs and sent rivers raging during the last major El Niño.The chances are now “greater than 90 percent” that El Niño conditions that began in March will remain through this winter, according to the monthly El Niño report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Thanks to Marcus Muraca for this link. “It is interesting to note the...
  • Storms wash away part of Interstate 10 in Southern California

    07/19/2015 11:13:48 PM PDT · by george76 · 27 replies
    FoxNews ^ | July 20, 2015
    all traffic on both sides of the highway was closed. The westbound side of the freeway remained intact, but officers had stopped traffic while they tested its stability. A pair of small nearby highways that could possibly serve as detours were also closed. ... The showers forced the Los Angeles Angels' first rainout in 20 years and the San Diego Padres' first rainout since 2006. Saturday's rainfall broke records in at least 11 locations, including five places that had the most rain ever recorded on any day in July, Sirard said. July is typically the driest month of the year...
  • Giant Methane Storms On Uranus

    03/10/2015 7:27:55 PM PDT · by Jack Hydrazine · 115 replies ^ | 10MAR2015 | Helen Maynard-Casely
    Most of the times we have looked at Uranus, it has seemed to be a relatively calm place. Well, yes its atmosphere is the coldest place in the solar system. But, when we picture the seventh planet in our solar system invariably the image of a calming blue hazy disc that the spacecraft Voyager 2 took in 1986 comes to mind. Uranus as seen by NASA’s Voyager 2 NASA/JPL-Caltech However, all we have previously known about the atmosphere of Uranus has been ’thrown to the wind’ with observations made last year. In August 2014 a group led by Imke de...
  • Overcoming Life’s Storms: A Teaching From St. Paul to Some Storm-weary Souls

    01/06/2015 7:54:34 AM PST · by Salvation · 11 replies
    Archdiocese of Washington ^ | 01-05-14 | Msgr. Charles Pope
    Overcoming Life’s Storms: A Teaching From St. Paul to Some Storm-weary Souls By: Msgr. Charles PopeIn the midst of a great storm in Acts 27, St. Paul finds himself among desperate and defeated people. Though the storm is from nature, their problems are of their own doing and are rooted in a foolish refusal to listen to either natural warnings or God. All of this foolishness was described in yesterday’s post. Is there a way out of their situation? With God there is, but only with God and only by turning to Him in obedient faith. As long as we live,...
  • Talk show host storms off set after heated discussion over Michael Sam's kiss with boyfriend

    05/15/2014 11:23:08 AM PDT · by Mrs. Frogjerk · 42 replies
    The Blaze ^ | May. 14, 2014 7:38pm | Oliver Darcy
    A Texas talk show host stormed off set Tuesday after a heated discussion was ignited when she expressed disapproval of coverage showing Michael Sam kissing his boyfriend. “Can we just agree that this was an opportunity to make news?” KTXD-TV’s “The Broadcast” host Amy Kushnir asked. “He has every right to do what he wants, that’s not my issue,” she added. “I just don’t want it in my face.” “Well, then maybe you don’t need to see romantic comedies or when people kiss on television,” one of the co-hosts shot back. “Why does she not have the right to say...
  • Pensacola, Florida, Is A Waterworld After Being Hit With 2 Feet Of Rain [PHOTOS]

    04/30/2014 7:03:57 AM PDT · by blam · 14 replies
    BI ^ | 4-30-2014 | Pamela Engel
    Pensacola, Florida, Is A Waterworld After Being Hit With 2 Feet Of Rain [PHOTOS] Pamela Engel April 30, 2014, 9:00 AM   Pensacola, Florida, was submerged under more than 2 feet of water overnight as flash floods hit the area. Alabama was also hit by heavy rain, and much of downtown Mobile is flooded, according to the Weather Channel. The downpour is part of the same weather system that has brought dozens of tornadoes to the Midwest and the South, NBC News reports. Downtown Pensacola flooded:(Click to the site for more photo's)
  • Tornadoes kill at least 18 as storms pummel Plains, Midwest, and South

    04/28/2014 4:00:18 AM PDT · by ilovesarah2012 · 67 replies ^ | April 28, 2014
    At least 18 people were killed Sunday by three separate tornadoes spawned by a powerful storm system that moved through the central and southern United States. The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management confirmed early Monday that at least sixteen people had died after a tornado tore through central Arkansas, while an Oklahoma county sheriff's dispatcher reported that one person had died in the town of Quapaw, near the state's borders with Kansas and Missouri. Fox News has also confirmed that one person died when a tornado hit Keokuk County, Iowa. The Arkansas tornado touched down about 10 miles west of...
  • Severe Weather Forecast: Outbreak of Severe Storms and Tornadoes Possible Through Early Next Week

    04/26/2014 4:04:48 PM PDT · by ilovesarah2012 · 26 replies ^ | April 26, 2014
    An outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes could occur from this weekend through early next week as a potent storm system slowly pushes east across the nation. Locations from the Plains into the Mississippi Valley, Ohio Valley and parts of the South could see severe weather on one or multiple days. This widespread threat of severe weather begins Saturday in the Plains. If you are in one of regions affected, be sure you have a plan to get the latest weather information multiple times a day. The specific forecasts for each day are below.
  • More storms ahead as thousands still without power (In the UK .. not the US for now)

    12/26/2013 9:55:14 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies
    BBC News ^ | 12/26/13 | BBC
    More gales and heavy rain are set to hit the UK as the Environment Agency warns of further significant disruption from floods in southern England. Many rivers remain swollen after storm damage caused power cuts and travel delays. More than 50 flood warnings are in place for England and Wales. About 1,000 homes in south-east and south-west England have been flooded. About 10,000 properties are without power and engineers say some may not be reconnected until the end of the week. UK Energy Networks said more customers had been connected on Thursday, as 24,000 had been without power first thing....
  • Weather Maps (Vanity Question)

    06/15/2013 3:24:49 AM PDT · by Cletus.D.Yokel · 14 replies
    Ol' Cletus | 15JUN2013 | Ol' Cletus
    What's available on the interwebz for Dew Point / Dry Line investigation?
  • Record heat waves goodbye to area

    07/09/2012 5:37:05 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 6 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | July 8, 2012 | Meredith Somers
    The excruciating heat that smothered the mid-Atlantic under triple-digit temperatures came to an end Sunday, leaving in its wake buckled roadways, kinked train tracks, withered yards and a newfound sense of what it means to be hot. A weak cold front moving into northern Maryland should make for “relatively cooler temperatures,” National Weather Service meteorologist Andy Woodcock said, which “is a joke to say the upper 80s.” “The average maximum temperature for July is supposed to be 87 or 88 degrees,” Mr. Woodcock said. “We’re going to cool down to the norm.”
  • D.C.-area temperatures approach all-time record highs

    07/07/2012 6:54:41 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 58 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | July 7, 2012 | Elizabeth Sallie
    <p>Triple-digit temperatures expected to feel as hot as 110 degrees have prompted excessive heat warnings across the D.C. area on Saturday and could threaten all-time highs.</p> <p>The day continued a trend in the area that hasn’t seen high temperatures lower than 95 degrees since the month began.</p>
  • Newt Gingrich on D.C. Weather: 'Mild Taste of What an EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) Attack Would Do'

    07/02/2012 9:02:55 AM PDT · by Perdogg · 61 replies
    Newt Gingrich issued a warning, based on the destructive storms that hit the Washington, D.C. area over the weekend, on Twitter:
  • Storms leave 9 dead in Md., Va. and D.C.; 4 in N.J., Ohio and Ky.

    07/01/2012 7:36:40 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 14 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | June 30, 2012 | David Sherfinski, Tom Howell Jr. and David Hill
    Devastating thunderstorms Friday left nine people in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia dead and hundreds of thousands without power in the region as residents across the area face more extreme temperatures and the possibility of additional thunderstorms this weekend. According to the Associated Press, the storms were blamed for the deaths of six people in Virginia; two in New Jersey; two in Maryland; one in Ohio; one in Kentucky; and one in Washington. More thunderstorms were expected in the D.C. area heading into Saturday night, and triple-digit temperatures were forecast for Sunday with highs expected to reach 100....
  • Storms leave 3.4 million without power in eastern U.S.

    06/30/2012 11:09:54 AM PDT · by JoeProBono · 20 replies
    chicagotribune ^ | June 30, 2012 | Ian Simpson
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - About 3.4 million people were without power in the eastern United States on Saturday from powerful thunderstorms that stretched from Indiana to New Jersey accompanied by record heat. States of emergency were declared in Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia because of overnight storms with hurricane-force winds that knocked down trees and power cables along a 500-mile-long stretch. At least eight people were killed. Forecasters predicted more severe thunderstorms partnered with renewed heat on Saturday. Restoring power in some areas could stretch into next week and utilities in Ohio and Virginia described damage as "catastrophic." "It's going to...
  • Eastern U.S. storms leave 2 dead in Va., 2 million without power

    06/30/2012 5:04:25 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 15 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | June 30, 2012 | Jeffrey McMurray (Associated Press)
    Violent evening storms following a day of triple-digit temperatures wiped out power to more than 2 million people across the eastern United States and caused two fatalities in Virginia — including a 90-year-old woman asleep in bed when a tree slammed into her home, a police spokeswoman said Saturday. Widespread power outages were reported from Indiana to New Jersey, with the bulk of the service interruptions concentrated on Washington, D.C., and the surrounding areas. Earlier Friday, the nation’s capital reached 104 degrees — topping a record of 101 set in 1934.
  • Texas Storms Happening Now

    04/03/2012 1:37:34 PM PDT · by MestaMachine · 7 replies
    BiNG SEARCH ^ | April 3, 2012 | MestaMachine
    Texas needs our urge,t prayers in the midst of extreme weather of nearly Biblical proportions.WEATHER INFO FOR TEXAS RIGHT NOW All you Frepers from Texas...we love you. We are with you. G-d bless you.
  • Live Updates: Severe Weather Outbreak

    A severe weather outbreak is underway over parts of the Midwest and South. Follow our live coverage of the latest breaking warnings, storm reports, and photos in our streaming ticker below.
  • The eruption of a volcano in Virunga National Park near Goma is seen at night.

    11/26/2011 12:47:28 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 6 replies
    Oman Daily Observer ^ | Sun, 27 November 2011
    The eruption of a volcano in Virunga National Park near Goma is seen at night. Volcano fanatics will have to pay $300...The eruption of a volcano in Virunga National Park near Goma is seen at night. Almost three weeks after a fissure opened amidst dense flat forest, the Democratic Republic of Congo's Virunga National Park has seen an increasing number of tourists seeking to be guided on treks to witness the Nyamulagira volcano spewing geysers of lava into the night.
  • Study: CO2 may not warm the planet as much as thought

    11/25/2011 5:29:44 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 49 replies
    New Scientist ^ | 11/25/2011 | by Michael Marshall
    The climate may be less sensitive to carbon dioxide than we thought – and temperature rises this century could be smaller than expected. That's the surprise result of a new analysis of the last ice age. However, the finding comes from considering just one climate model, and unless it can be replicated using other models, researchers are dubious that it is genuine. As more greenhouse gases enter the atmosphere, more heat is trapped and temperatures go up – but by how much? The best estimates say that if the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere doubles, temperatures will rise...
  • Sarah Palin "Residents Hit Hard in Massachusetts"

    06/02/2011 7:26:50 AM PDT · by onyx · 12 replies · 1+ views
    SARAHPAC.COM ^ | Thursday, June 2, 2011 | SARAH PALIN
    POSITIVELY PALIN! Posted on June 02, 2011 Drove through the rough weather last night in Massachusetts, hoping folks are safe this morning as residents survey the aftermath. Our prayers are with the victims of yesterday's twisters and all those who are faced with what may seem insurmountable rebuilding challenges. The damage we saw was shocking. It was an honor to meet great MA residents as we pulled off I-91, heard their concerns and hopes for their state and country, and shared their appreciation for the East Coast's inspiring history. We handed out copies of the Constitution and asked that...
  • Heavy storms maul Minnesota; 1 dead, 22 hurt

    05/22/2011 5:49:59 PM PDT · by markomalley · 48 replies
    CNN ^ | 5/22/11
    High winds and possible tornadoes struck Minneapolis and other parts of Minnesota on Sunday afternoon, leaving at least one person dead and injuring nearly two dozen others, police said. The system was part of a line of severe weather that swept across the Midwest on Sunday. The National Weather Service warned of tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds from the Ozarks to the Great Lakes as the storms moved in. Tornadoes were spotted in Forest Lake, north of the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and near Harmony, more than 120 miles to the south. And in Minneapolis, witnesses reported numerous downed trees...
  • Two Men Arrested in Madison County for Looting After Tornado

    05/02/2011 8:38:13 AM PDT · by LightningStriker2010 · 12 replies · 1+ views
    St. Louis Today ^ | Terry Hillig
    GRANITE CITY • Two suspected looters were arrested Monday in a tornado-ravaged area of Madison County, Sheriff Robert Hertz said. The suspects were charged with misdemeanor theft. They are Vince M. Dey, 18, of the 2500 block of Nameoki Road in Granite City and Steven W. Hawkins, 39, of St. Louis. Both were held in lieu of $1,000 bail. Sheriff's Capt. Brad Wells said a homeowner called the sheriff's department at 8:51 a.m. and said she saw the men load metal that had blown off her house onto their truck.
  • Is the Weather being used to destroy America’s economy?

    04/29/2011 5:56:42 AM PDT · by Alaphiah123 · 285 replies
    Creating Orwellian Worldview ^ | 4/29/11 | Alaphiah
    What if there never was Global warming, what if it has always been Global Weather Warfare? Recent super tornados dubbed “Killer Tornadoes” have cut a swath across seven southern states of the United States. Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia,East Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Virginia all have been hit by abnormally sized and super strengthened tornadoes costing nearly 300 lives and estimates of billions of dollars of property damage. (see here, here and here) But what if these recent tornadoes and hurricane Katrina in 2005 were not simply capricious acts of nature, what if these devastating destructive acts were the surgical strikes...
  • Storms Kill 64 Around South, Including 50 In Alabama

    04/27/2011 8:14:16 PM PDT · by blam · 63 replies
    Storms Kill 64 Around South, Including 50 In Alabama Jay Reeves And Holbrook Mohr April 27, 2011aA tornado moves through Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wednesday, April 27, 2011. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – An emergency official says 10 more storm-related deaths have been confirmed in an Alabama county, bringing the regional death toll to 64. Mark Kelley of the Jefferson County EMA is reporting a total of 11 deaths, up from a single death disclosed there earlier in the day. Elsewhere in Alabama, severe weather has claimed 39 lives, including 15 in the hard-hit college town of Tuscaloosa. Also on Wednesday, storms killed 11...
  • Wow - Arkansas Being Pounded by Storms

    04/26/2011 4:51:47 PM PDT · by Talisker · 87 replies
    NOAA Arkansas ^ | 4/26/2011
    NOAA Arkansas
  • Tornado Outbreak: Severe Weather in Arkansas Leaves 7 Dead, Flooding in Missouri

    04/26/2011 7:38:40 AM PDT · by OB1kNOb · 15 replies ^ | April 26, 2011 | LEEZEL TANGLAO
    At least seven deaths have been reported in connection with a series of tornadoes and severe weather that ripped through several states from Kentucky to Tennessee Monday, authorities said. Forecasters expect more rain and storms today to slam across the Midwest, as the system moves east. In Arkansas, three people were killed in rising floodwaters and two died in a town where a possible tornado barreled through Monday, according to the Associated Press. In Vilonia, Ark., north of Little Rock, where a possible tornado killed two people....
  • Storms dump 4-9 feet of snow in Sierra this week

    02/18/2011 10:22:58 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 11 replies
    SDFGate,com ^ | 2/18/11 | AP
    Reno, Nev. (AP) -- The latest in a string of powerful storms is dropping heavy snow and causing widespread school closures and traffic delays Friday in the Reno-Lake Tahoe area. The Alpine Meadows ski resort just north of Tahoe reports receiving up to 4 feet of snow over a 24-hour period ending Friday morning for a total of as much as 9 feet of snow since the storms began on Monday. Other Sierra resorts are reporting 4 to 7 feet of new snow this week.
  • Discusion of this coming week's storms that are rolling across the Country.

    01/17/2011 8:02:53 AM PST · by GregB · 23 replies
    Here we go again more snow,ice,freezing,rain in the east.
  • Blustery storms heading to Northern California (gonna get ugly wet the next few days or so Alert!)

    12/16/2010 12:41:13 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 92 replies ^ | 12/16/10 | Kelli Zito
    A pair of blustery, soaking storms will stream into Northern California beginning Friday, bringing as much as 10 inches of rain south and east of the Bay Area by Christmas Day and setting up potentially difficult travel conditions for those escaping for the holidays. Though computer weather models differ on the exact trajectory and strength of the two separate weather systems, meteorologists are bracing for sizable amounts of rain and the possibility that some rivers might overrun their banks. "No matter how you slice it, it's going to be a significant weather event," said Rob Hartman, lead hydrologist with the...
  • Southeast Queensland braces for more storms after severe cells batter areas south of Brisbane

    12/15/2010 1:13:19 PM PST · by steveo · 1 replies
    The Courier-Mail ^ | December 16, 2010 | Tuck Thompson
    SOUTHEAST Queensland is bracing for more storms after cricket ball-sized hail, lightning and strong winds lashed the region yesterday. The storm cell knocked out power to 35,000 homes and businesses as it swept through the region. A motorcyclist died in a crash with a car during a severe hailstorm on Mt Cotton Rd in Thornlands, south of Brisbane, police said. Trains and road traffic were delayed as commuters were hammered by more than 2500 lightning strikes, localised heavy rainfall and winds gusting to more than 75km/h. Energex crews were working through the night to restore power to thousands of homes....
  • Preparing for emergencies.

    10/04/2010 9:08:09 AM PDT · by GregB · 16 replies
    I know these things have been covered before but for our Quinn and Rose fans when I find some helpful links.etc...I like to share them.
  • New Video Released of Passengers Being Tossed Around on Cruise Ship during Freak Storm in 2008

    09/09/2010 9:08:32 AM PDT · by Korah · 26 replies
    Newly released Footage has emerged from when the Australian P&O Pacific Sun cruise liner was hit by a freak storm in 2008. The film shows passengers and crew members being tossed around when their cruise ship lurched wildly in 25ft swells and 50-knot winds.New video of Passengers Being Tossed Around on Cruise Ship during Freak Storm in 2008
  • 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season Could Rank in the Top 10

    05/13/2010 10:54:15 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 43 replies · 654+ views ^ | 05/13/2010 | Staff
    STATE COLLEGE, PA -- reports the upcoming hurricane season could be a top ten year, a stark contrast from the relatively calm 2009 season. Chief Hurricane Meteorologist Joe Bastardi predicts a total of 16-18 storms this season. To put that in perspective, only eight years in the 160 years of records have had 16 or more storms in a season. The season should start early with one or two threats by early July, and stay late with additional threats extending well into October. His forecast team expects at least six storms to impact the United States coastline--slightly more...
  • PDS Tornado Watch issued for all of Central Oklahoma and South Central Kansas

    05/10/2010 11:38:13 AM PDT · by Crazieman · 135 replies · 4,704+ views
  • Flooding Aftermath: Shelter at Capacity

    05/08/2010 6:17:26 AM PDT · by GailA · 41 replies · 912+ views
    WREG News 3 Memphis ^ | 5/7/10 | Tom Powell
    · FAST FACTS · Third Shelter will open at Hollywood Community Center · Survivors urged to call 1-800-621- FEMA · FEMA reps assure West Tennesseans they are not forgotten (MEMPHIS 5/7/2010) -- The Shelby County Office of Preparedness announced Friday, a third shelter will open at the Hollywood Community Center for storm survivors. The Ed Rice Community Center on North Watkins is at capacity. There are about 150 people there, 50 will be moved to the Hollywood location once it's up and running. Officials at the Emergency Operations Center in Memphis say about 60 residents in Millington are...
  • Hope you haven't put those snow shovels away! More Snow and Severe Storms this Weekend

    03/18/2010 1:51:01 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 15 replies · 980+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 3/18/10 | Dale Bader
    It has been a busy week here with one of the twins being sick and then them having Spring break. That has equaled time not available to neither look at the weather nor provide blog posts but things are much quieter today. For the first time in a week, as I am typing this post I am seeing a bright, yellow ball in the sky. I believe it is the elusive sun. A slow progressing trough has kept much of the southeastern U.S. shrouded in low cloud cover which in turn has kept temperatures 5 to 10 degrees below normal....
  • Fierce storms in Europe kill 51, mostly in France

    02/28/2010 4:08:18 PM PST · by Dallas59 · 23 replies · 789+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 2/28/2010 | Yahoo News
    PARIS – A violent late winter storm with fierce rain and hurricane-strength winds ripped across western Europe on Sunday, battering France and four other countries, leaving at least 51 people dead. The storm, named Xynthia, was the worst in France since 1999 when 90 people died. Prime Minister Francois Fillon held an emergency cabinet meeting and afterward called the storm a "national catastrophe." Many of the at least 45 victims in France drowned, while others died when hit by parts of buildings or trees and branches that were ripped off by the wind. At least a dozen people were missing...
  • Dear Al Gore: Please Send Us Some More of That “Global Warming”

    02/16/2010 6:59:53 PM PST · by neverdem · 25 replies · 556+ views
    Energy Tribune ^ | Feb. 15, 2010 | Art Horn
    During the first two weeks of January, a record cold wave invaded Florida. It was the longest and coldest penetration of Arctic air into Florida since 1940. For the first two weeks of 2010, West Palm Beach had an average low temperature of 39 degrees. This month, Washington DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia were buried under record amounts of snow. Meanwhile, another storm dropped snow on the Deep South closing schools and highways. Dallas reported getting a foot of the white stuff, breaking that city’s 24-hour record for snowfall. The winter of 2009-10 is rewriting the record books for cold and...
  • Latest Look on Christmas Week Storm

    12/20/2009 3:52:11 PM PST · by dopplerdale · 8 replies · 880+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 12/20/09 | Dale Bader
    How Will It Impact Your Travel? Still watching the likely development of a BIG winter storm from the Southwestern US to the Heartland but details are still sketchy. To explain why I say this, I chose to provide you with another video blog post. I hope it helps clear some fuzziness up.
  • Major Early Season Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow and Severe Storms

    10/28/2009 1:00:27 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 14 replies · 1,049+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 10/28/09 | Dale Bader
    A powerful early winter season storm is spinning up across the 4-corners with a surface low across southeast Colorado. The surface system will gradually lift north-northeastward through Saturday while the upper level support will be slowly track eastward into the lower Mississippi Valley. What does this mean?
  • Sailing With Jesus

    10/13/2009 4:51:14 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 1 replies · 381+ views ^ | 10/13/2009 | Ann Lindholm
    also believe that this is why my secret place, which isn't a secret anymore, is standing at the edge of the sea. My favorite time to be there is when a storm is approaching. You see, God has carried me through so many storms in my life. He did not prevent the storms or make them stop. He did not remove me from those storms. In fact, He rode them out with me. Don't get me wrong, there are times when He will stop them or remove you, He does have that power! I felt His presence which is what...
  • Relatively Tranquil Weather for the Eastern U.S. this Week but One Speedbump May Need to Be Crossed

    09/28/2009 12:54:43 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 3 replies · 472+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 9/28/09 | Dale Bader
    Not a lot to say regarding the weather. It remains quiet in the tropics but don’t put your guard down just yet.
  • Where Has All The Weather Gone?

    09/28/2009 6:32:25 AM PDT · by jay1949 · 39 replies · 1,549+ views
    Backcountry Notes ^ | September 28, 2009 | Jay Henderson
    For years, we have been promised more and more bad weather, stronger "Cat-5" storms, and unprecedented spates of tornadoes. But here we are, more than halfway through the 2009 hurricane season, and we have yet to see as much as a Category 1 storm make landfall. There have been tornadoes, but nothing apocalyptic. Where has all the weather gone?
  • HURRICANE CAMILLE 40 years later

    08/16/2009 7:20:29 PM PDT · by Islander7 · 67 replies · 2,108+ views
    SUN HERALD ^ | August 16, 2009 | KAT BERGERON
    RON ELIAS/SUN HERALD ARCHIVES/1996 Downtown Pass Christain, on the morning of Aug. 18, was a pile of rubble, as proven in this Daily Herald photograph. Some of the remaining buildings would later be destroyed in Katrina, for Pass Christian once again got the high-water mark. “Hurricane Watch Posted” warned the front page of The Daily Herald on Aug. 16, 1969. In a classic twist of irony, the Mississippi Coast newspaper advertised Pass Christian’s Moonlite Drive-In would, in a few days, show the film classic “Gone with the Wind.” That was Saturday. Hurricane Camille struck Sunday night — 40 years...
  • Unsettled Weather Across Much of the Lower U.S. Third

    07/26/2009 6:47:48 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 15 replies · 519+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 7/26/09 | Dale Bader
    A stagnant weather pattern is setting up across the Eastern United States and this is going to affect many from the Mississippi Valley through the Mid-South and into the Tennessee Valley by providing waves of rain and t-storms. Some of the waves will include some moderate to heavy rains. So what is exactly going on?
  • Endeavour a Go or No Go

    07/14/2009 1:30:04 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 1 replies · 379+ views
    doppler dale's weather posts ^ | 07/14/2009 | dale bader
    Shuttle Endeavour has been plagued by storms and not able to the launch the last couple of attempts but what will the weather be like for Wednesday's planned launch? Also how are the tropics looking today and when will it cool down in the Plains and southern U.S? These questions are answered in today's weather video briefing. Please take a look.

    05/30/2009 7:12:32 PM PDT · by ATOMIC_PUNK · 11 replies · 1,970+ views ^ | 5 30 2009 | Intellacast