Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal
Dan is the chief meteorologist for the CBS affiliate in Huntsville AL. He writes on all aspects of Earth science with an emphasis on weather and climate.
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You can see the multiple suction vortices in the tornado. I think this video may have some very high scientific value.
First of all, this tornado was not the biggest and strongest tornado ever recorded on Earth, as one Oklahoma City weather-caster said. We don’t know the wind speeds yet, and until then it cannot be given an EF Scale rating. I’ve seen some things (on the video of the damage) that make it clear that this was very likely an EF 4, and I’ve seen one thing that makes me …
My friend John Cook, (an Australian Physicist who runs the superb website Skeptical Science) is the lead author of a paper in the AGU journal Geophysical Research Letters that has gotten worldwide attention this past week. Not because the findings are a surprise to the science community, but because the public is surprised! THE GREAT AMERICAN DISCONNECT Dr. Ed Maibach at the George Mason University Center for Climate Change knows exactly how bug a …
Guest Post from Bob Ryan Meteorologist for WJLA TV in Washington DC (This post appeared on the WJLA Weather Blog) Are cities changing summer thunderstorms? This is a follow-up blog to a story I had on our 11PM news Tuesday May 14. You can see the actual story below but I wanted to expand a few things beyond 1 minute and 30 seconds. Here’s the tease :>). Do you live in …
It still leaves one with serious concerns about the critical thinking skills of the administrators in the Bartow County school system.
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