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Hurricane Harbor: Asteroids – Volcanoes

 My Caribbean satellite image of the day above.The non tropical kind as we are all about geology today!Caught in the wind flow.... 2 sides of a natural disaster.Gray, caustic ash covering everything.....beautiful...

More Eruptions…. More Discussion on Volcanoes and Hurricane Season So Many Intangibles. From St. Vincent to Barbados a Cloud of Ash

The world is watching.......but especially South Florida.Home to many from that part of the world.Colorful headlines for a gray, ashy disaster.Looks like a nuclear blast in ways.An ongoing disaster on a...

Violent Volcanic Eruption in the Tropics… Ash Can Be Deadly… How Long Will This Last? La Soufrière (What’s In a Name??)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_eruption_of_LaSoufri%C3%A8reWhat is in a name? The name La Soufriere literally means sulfur and that is the smell that pervades the atmosphere as caustic ash rains down onto the tropical island famous for...

POSSIBLE COASTAL STORM FORECAST SYNOPSIS…ISSUED APR. 11, 2021…3:00 P.M. EDT

Disclaimer:  This site is not affiliated with the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Hunters, Storm Prediction Center, or National Weather Service.  ALL forecasts herein are the result of my analysis, and I...

Waves Matter! Early African Wave Train… Too Soon…Too Low. But So It Begins! EPAC Starts May 15th. Will We Get Named Storms Before June?...

 So let's talk tropics.There used to be a room online for that...Looked like Stalk Tropics to me.Palm Beach Post... great paper.But I digress... (punctuation is so important...)Yes we are watching the satellites.Watching...

ENHANCED RISK OF SEVERE WEATHER FORECAST SYNOPSIS…ISSUED APR. 08, 2021…7:20 P.M. EDT

Disclaimer:  This site is not affiliated with the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Hunters, Storm Prediction Center, or National Weather Service.  ALL forecasts herein are the result of my analysis, and I...

17 Named Storms. 8 Hurricanes. 4 Major ?? 2021 Hurricane Season Forecast Released from CSU as of April 8th. Link to the Report Below...

Just released!Just a snippet of the many important details.PLEASE READ IT ...take it all in carefully.East coast has higher than normal risk.Gulf Coast, as always... always in it!Please use the link...

Traffic tips and strategies for viewing the 2017 total solar eclipse in the St. Louis area

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays As we're past the one-month mark to Eclipse Day, people are making their final plans for traveling to the path...

Meteor fireball and significant icy road event in St. Louis

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays On Monday, November 11, an overperforming light snow event caught DOT crews in the St. Louis are off guard, resulting...

August 2019 storm observing roundup

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays August was another busy month of observing, with a couple of good days among another mostly unproductive stretch. July 30: Dissipating...

Fort Worth, Texas pileup analysis

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays                   Wednesday, April 7, 2021 By DAN ROBINSONEditor/Photographer I essentially took a month off of work to dedicate most of my workdays to finish production...

Midsummer 2019 storm observing roundup

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays Busy - but mostly frustrating and unproductive - storm observing has continued throughout the month of June, precluding frequent updates...

Earthquake expedition: Ridgecrest, California – July 2019

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays VIDEO: Magnitude 4.5 earthquake in Ridgecrest VIDEO: Visuals of shaking from 6 earthquakes in Ridgecrest GALLERY: Ridgecrest earthquake surface rupture I embarked on...

Mississippi River flood of 2019 photos: Alton, Illinois

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays The Mississippi River crested this week at Alton, Illinois, just below the record set in 1993. The line of red paint...

Great Plains trip previews for days 7-12, May 16-21: Lightning and Tornadoes

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays 2019 Great Plains trip #3 continues, and it's been a busy one! Here is a quick summary of the...

Event forecast update 10, for May 14

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays Models continue to show the prolific and long-term severe weather-favorable pattern beginning in the Great Plains this Friday and continuing...

Event forecast update 9, for May 11

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays Over the past 48 hours, multiple models have started to indicate - with consistency - a observing-favorable pattern beginning around...

September-November 2019 storm observing roundup

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays I fell way behind on my expedition log updates, so here is one big page with all of the trips...

Expedition logs for May 6-8

Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays Plains weather expedition #2 for 2019 is on the books. This trip was not a successful one tornado-wise, and...

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