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Record Cold Pace in March 2014

March 18, 2014 0 Comments
Record Cold Pace in March 2014

Time to revisit the topic of records for March. If you recall, there was some discussion flying around earlier this month about the Farmer’s Almanac predicting 30 inches of snow in March. I took a look at the claims in the blog. So far, the supposed Almanac forecast is not looking too accurate. Only 2.1 […]

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New Jersey Considers Banning the Sale of Tesla

March 13, 2014 0 Comments
New Jersey Considers Banning the Sale of Tesla

As you know, I follow and report a lot of technological developments in order to demonstrate that –  no, the world might not burn up in a few decades due to anthropogenic global warming and – yes, we can continue to clean up pollution. There are a lot of great things going on, but once […]

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Cold Weather Effects

January 30, 2014 0 Comments
Cold Weather Effects

A day like today, with heavy snow falling, and a Winter like this when the temperatures have been frigid, make me wonder about the energy and technology trends I have followed throughout the year. New clean energy and efficient technology have the potential to radically clean up the air and environment while helping us continue […]

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Win-Win-Win, Self driving shared electric vehicles

August 13, 2013 0 Comments
Win-Win-Win, Self driving shared electric vehicles

In the constant effort to live and work a little cleaner, some of the bright spots in recent years have been in transportation. We have seen the development of self-driving cars, a burgeoning ride sharing business in urban areas, and some electric vehicles hitting the roads. Now some updates on these bright spots. Shining the […]

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Technological Hype vs. Reality

July 23, 2012 0 Comments
Technological Hype vs. Reality

While trying to keep pace on the explosion of technological progress in the world today I come across and share many spectacular headlines. Judging by the headlines, it seems there is some sort-of magic breaking down every problem we face in the world today, but most of that magic is just marketing hype unfortunately. I always try […]

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Do Electric Cars Produce Cleaner Air?

February 22, 2012 0 Comments
Do Electric Cars Produce Cleaner Air?

As more air pollution has developed in Wisconsin over the last few years, I have become more of an advocate of electric cars. (Aside: on average pollution of all forms in the U.S. is much less than the middle of last century). One of the main criticism of electric vehicles (EVs) is that they are just “coal […]

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Low Voltage

November 9, 2010 0 Comments
Low Voltage

Before I get into some of the main topics for today’s blog post, I just wanted to mention another weather blog that has similar content to ours here at StormTrak9. It is called “State of Occlusion” and can be found here: http://adiabat.wordpress.com/2010/11/09/catching-up-tomas-snow-links-climate-change-hail-video/ If you can’t get enough of a “weather fix” here in the weather blog, you […]

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The Good and Bad News

May 24, 2010 0 Comments
The Good and Bad News

Taking a look at Kristen’s blog post from yesterdayyou will find a list of 2 record high temps that were tied on Sunday and the list of potential records in Northcentral Wisconsin today. Not only is there a potential high temperature here in Wausau today, we most likely will break the record for the warmest […]

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Electric Cars…and Planes!

February 8, 2010 0 Comments
Electric Cars…and Planes!

It is the biggest snowstorm for most of the viewing area since Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but it won’t seemlike that big of a snowstorm. The reason? The snow will be of a long duration but remain light. It is already snowing this morning and the snow will continue all the way through Tuesday […]

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Tricky Temps Again

January 13, 2010 0 Comments
Tricky Temps Again

Brian mentioned the tricky temperature forecast in the last blog entry and I will expound upon it a bit more. It was really strange to have the high temperature last Thursday (the 7th) end up warmer than the high temperature yesterday. It was 25 vs. 24. Why such consternation over one degree? Because many signs […]

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