I have been fascinated by severe and tropical weather since the 2004 season. What a season that was!! Also a wave swell freak!
By: Thrawst, 4:06 PM GMT on August 26, 2015
I have not done a blog in years, but this is mainly because I have not had any significant system that could threaten southeast Florida and/or The Bahamas. Now that Erika seems like a formidable storm just east of the Antilles islands, headed in my direction, it seems necessary to give my thoughts.
As of the 11am EDT Advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Erika is located a couple hundred miles eas...
Updated: 4:09 PM GMT on August 26, 2015
By: Thrawst, 2:55 AM GMT on January 31, 2014
So, Atlanta became a disaster zone this week due to a relatively unusual snowstorm. Between 2-4 inches of snow fell in the Atlanta metro area on Tuesday, but basing off my adolescent mind, I can remember at least 5-6 snowstorm events (on Georgia's level of blizzard) that were more intense than the one that hit this past work week. They were all handled
What baffles me was that most schools and all of the workforce in the Atlanta area was running as any n...
By: Thrawst, 5:55 PM GMT on April 07, 2013
Good afternoon! Welcome to the severe weather analysis of April 7th, 2013 in the Central Plains. This analysis will cover all aspects that will serve to focus severe weather in that particular area. Aspects that will favor, and inhibit initiation of thunderstorms will be covered.
Today's severe weather setup looks like a setup that can be seen many times in the late spring and early summer up in the high plains of the Unite...
By: Thrawst, 3:12 AM GMT on August 21, 2012
By: Thrawst, 9:00 PM GMT on August 17, 2012
Post - Aug. 17th by Kevin BenteWell, it's that time of year. Hurricane season for the Bahamas: August-Early October.Not surprisingly, and synonymous with climatology, hurricanes are starting to churn up in the Atlantic Ocean, giving all coastline surfers something to cheer for - an increase in swell!This hurricane model (Figure. 1), called the ECMWF, is one of the most accurate models in the world, and it shows a sub-984mb hurricane, most likely a Category 2 hurrica...