13 states are forecast to have disruptive weather during the upcoming holiday weekend. It's not all bad news though. Snow is in the forecast and so is beneficial rainfall. Here's a quick look at your Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday forecast from WeatherOps:Topics: WeatherOps | General |
RadarScope 3.6 has been released and includes a few new radars. After Puerto Rico lost its radars during Hurricane Maria, it acquired two new temporary ones, TJBQ and TJRV. Our Korean radars now have level 3 products. And you can also view all data from RODN, located in Okinawa, Japan.Topics: RadarScope |
I don't know about you, but I do not enjoy the winter sky being dark by 6 pm. I much prefer there being light until close to 9 pm like in the summer. How would you like to live someplace where for months the sun doesn't rise at all? Known as the Land of the Midnight Sun, the opposite effect, Polar Night, also takes place.Topics: General |
The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season will officially end on November 30. From Arlene to Rina, it has been an active few months. Let's take a look at the storms that took place.Topics: Tropical | Hurricane |
Today, we celebrate GIS Day. This is a day to showcase all the various areas that maps are used and to show how important Geographic Information Systems technology is to the world. While many may think of road maps, weather maps are also very important.Topics: SkyWise | GIS |
The Midwest will see some cold temperatures, rain and even snow this weekend. People attending games both for college and the NFL should be prepared, especially for cold temperatures and poor road conditions before and after the games. Saturday’s primary threat will be temperatures for college ball, though light snow is not out of the question. Rain and snow may affect the fans for a couple of NFL games on Sunday.
For the past few years, there has been a lot of talk in the news about El Niño. Now, it's time for the opposite pattern to appear: La Niña. The change it causes to Sea Surface Temperatures (SST) will influence our winter weather.Topics: Cross Enterprise | Frontier |
Weather and climate disasters are occurring at an alarming rate in the US. Hurricanes, wildfires, drought, tornadoes; all can cause a catastrophic loss in a matter of seconds. But are these extreme events occurring more often than in past decades?Topics: Tropical | Thunderstorm | Drought | Flood | Featured |