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The Amazing Rains of May: Photos and Stats

Dr. Jeff Masters, June 2, 2015

Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground

Now that May has mercifully drawn to a close, and the south-central states are drying out and cleaning up, we can take full measure of what an incredibly, destructively soggy month it was, especially for Texas and Oklahoma. Both states obliterated their rainfall records for any calendar month going back to 1895. The flooding killed at least 31 people, with 6 others missing as of Monday night, and inflicted tens of millions of dollars in damage.

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El Niño 2015: Let’s Try It Again

Dr. Ricky Rood, June 2, 2015

Professor, University of Michigan

Undoubtedly, globally 2015 will be warm, hot perhaps a better word. El Niño will be interesting. It is hard to justify the forecast of an extreme event; however, the situation on the ground is outside of our experience, and we should be on the lookout for surprises.

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El Niño Strengthens as Mild but Wet Pattern Persists over the US

Steve Gregory, June 1, 2015

Sr. Forecaster/Risk Analysis, Weather Intel Services

El Niño Strengthens as Mild but Wet Pattern Persists over the US

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5 Common Science Mistakes in Twitter Tech, Blog State U. or University of Wikipedia

Dr. Marshall Shepherd, June 1, 2015

2013 President, American Meteorological Society
Director of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. of Georgia

Twitter and social media are great. However, they do create a perception that "equal access means equal expertise". I can tweet an opinion to a nuclear engineer or a plumber. However, this is where my...

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Hottest Summers, Coldest Winters for Contiguous U.S.: A Few Years Loom Large

Christopher C. Burt, May 28, 2015

Weather Historian, Weather Underground

Keeping track of all-time warmest/coldest daily maximum temperatures and all-time warmest/coldest months on record for any given site is a fairly easy task. However, very few NWS sites provide data concerning what their respective coldest climatological winters (December-February) or hottest climatological summers (June-August) have been. Researching 300 sites in the contiguous U.S. I have put together this summary for such. Below are the methods I used and some of the results, which proved quite interesting.

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May 31, 1985: A Day I'll Never Forget

Lee Grenci, May 28, 2015

Retired Senior Lecturer and Forecaster, The Pennsylvania State University

An account of the May 31, 1985 outbreak of tornadoes in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, and Ontario.

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Texas Flood Relief

Portlight, May 26, 2015

Disaster Relief Organization

Portlight will be working with our Red Cross partners in Texas to bring relief to those affected by the flooding there.We will be focusing on helping the disabled community in any way necessary as requested.

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26-27 November 2014 Nor'easter

Zachary Labe, November 25, 2014

Northeast Weather Analyst

A low pressure will develop off the Southeast coast and move northeastward along the stalled front off the eastern seaboard. Precipitation will develop and expand across much of the Northeast by early morning Wednesday. Marginal cold air will limit the heaviest snow accumulations across inland locations along the foothills of the Appalachians. Most areas east of there will face slushy accumulations of less than three inches in addition to some rain.

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