By: Darien Watkins
I have always felt that weather services worldwide receive unfair criticisms. The reasons for these criticisms is that the common citizen has no idea of the complexity our atmosphere exhibits. We have come a long way from using our fingers to detect an approaching storm...
By: David Kramer
The statement, "Science fails to predict the weather" is one of those interested ways of conveying an idea by saying something totally untrue and meaning something completely different. A quick search of the web, tuning into television and radio, reading most newspapers, is a clear...
By: Jack Pine
"If you don't like the weather..." well, you probably know the rest of this oft quoted quip. If you don't, then "...wait a minute." It is used in practically every region of the country to explain what the weather is going to...
Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Carolyn Lanier
Living on the gulf coast, I've seen so many major Hurricanes, Camille in 1969, Fredrick in 1979, Ivan in 2004 and Katrina in 2005 to name some of the deadliest, I've also seen my share of tornadoes that are sprung off these hurricanesWhen an area...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Global Warming May Lead To A New Ice Age:The basic chemistry behind global warming is very simple and not in dispute. Carbon dioxide (CO2) traps heat in the atmosphere. Through 1. burning fossil fuels, and 2. the clearing of forests over vast areas, humanity is...
Rare January tornadoes rip the Midwest
By: Rex Trulove
January of 2008 has featured days that people in the Midwest would like to forget. January tornadoes ripped through several states. Destruction has been great, and with the tornadoes, fueled by warm moist air, flooding has been widespread.Eight people are confirmed dead from both...
By: Elexis Marie
Tornadoes in January? Last year, I would have told you no way. This week, I must say differently. As my mother and I sat on Monday afternoon, commenting on the unseasonably gorgeous weather, we received a phone call that a twister was cited in Boone...
Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Roberto Alvarez-Galloso
I have lived through hurricanes and tornadoes and hurricanes are deadlier in the physical and psychological realm.I will never forget my first experience was with Hurricane Andrew in 1992. The Media was announcing that a Hurricane was coming but since it was always crying...
By: Anja Poulsen
Weather cycles and changes is a very apt title for this article, because that is what weather does. Climate patterns and events, like La Nina and El Nino, tend to go in cycles, and weather - well that's always changing.Here in New England, we...
By: Shirley Gooding
I would like desperately to debate with Mr. Gore about this Global Warming phenomena which is so much in the news. Al and I are only a year apart in age so I know he remembers while attending elementary and junior high school being told...

 

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