Tag: Hurricanes

Hurricane + Oil Spill = ??????

June 1, 2010 1 Comment
Hurricane + Oil Spill = ??????

The Atlantic Hurricane Season has officially begun and most well known hurricane forecast offices are predicting a very active season.  Thankfully June is not nearly as active as the late summer/early fall months when the water temperatures are much warmer.  The bad news is a high percentage of June cyclones develop in the Gulf Of […]

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The Season is Upon Us

May 26, 2010 0 Comments
The Season is Upon Us

As a meteorologist one of my favorite weather phenomenon to forecast is hurricanes.  This was probably sparked because I studied and interned in Florida during 2005- the most active Hurricane season on record.  But if predictions play out for this year it is possible that we could top 2005. There are numerous private and educational […]

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Satellites Change Weather History!

April 9, 2010 0 Comments
Satellites Change Weather History!

Brrrrr it is cold out there this morning! Temps are dipping into the teens with wind chills feeling like the single digits! Talk about a wake up call after most of our lows for the last few weeks have stayed at least above 30.  We will have to deal with the cold until the afternoon […]

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Creating Mother Nature….

March 30, 2010 1 Comment
Creating Mother Nature….

Ever thought you could create the conditions of a fire and burning embers or of a category 4 hurricane, well these people are trying! Inside a huge warehouse they are going to reenact mother nature to try and improve building structures and codes.  The Institute for Business and Home Safety is working with Insurance companies […]

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Hurricane Changes, Sub 40 Days

February 22, 2010 0 Comments
Hurricane Changes, Sub 40 Days

I hope every one’s week is starting off good.  My voice is slowly recovering but I still can’t talk fully at all.  I am hoping by tomorrow I am good enough to go on air.  What a bummer it is to not be able to talk.  I was reading this article put out by the […]

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Warm November, Quiet Hurricane Season

December 1, 2009 0 Comments
Warm November, Quiet Hurricane Season

It seems that we have just had a continuation of fall but now it looks like winter is here and here for a while.  I have to admit, I haven’t even worn a winter jacket yet!  Today might have been the last day that we will see the 40′s for well a while.  I can’t […]

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Happy Labor Day!

September 7, 2009 0 Comments
Happy Labor Day!

How can we complain? That was a comment said to me this weekend.  I would have to agree…as we were talking, we though of the fact that it is Sept 7th! It is a late Labor Day this year and we are still seeing temps in the mid 70′s.  Yes it isn’t the 80′s but […]

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Bill Gates to Stop Hurricanes

September 2, 2009 1 Comment
Bill Gates to Stop Hurricanes

Did you hear about this one? Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft) has filed for 5 patents related to diminishing the strength of hurricanes. You might think it sounds crazy, but the physics and meteorology of the method is nothing out of the ordinary. The patents describe a method of using large ships to churn up […]

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Football Forecast…Danny Arrives…..

August 26, 2009 0 Comments
Football Forecast…Danny Arrives…..

I wanted to direct you to a link on our website that has your very own football forecast for every stadium! It gives you hourly data for your hometown team! Check it out at http://www.waow.com/Global/category.asp?C=173551&nav=menu1360_4_6 Currently a weak tropical storm Danny formed today in the Atlantic with winds of 45 mph.  Looking at the image […]

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You can’t play this HAARP

August 4, 2009 0 Comments
You can’t play this HAARP

We have been discussing various weather records lately and here is another one that I was not aware of. Well, I had an inkling there might be some sort-of record in the making but I was unsure. The Green Bay National Weather Service forecast area went 101 days this warm season without a single verified […]

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