I prefer nice weather.
By: EdwardinAlaska, 1:28 PM GMT on February 24, 2015
I have actual proof that I posted this in September 2014, so I can say I had the earliest, most accurate forecast.
So, here you go:
In 2015 we will have three named storms, all hurricanes, all major (25+ mph winds....pretty major, if you listen to my whiny neighbors).This will freak you out, but the first storm, Hurricane Ricky, will be designated on March 18. It's no coincidence that this is the day after St. Patrick's Day. The NHC guy who names it w...
By: EdwardinAlaska, 8:12 PM GMT on September 09, 2014
Ancient History first
A long, long time ago, in the 1990's, back when the internet was just a baby, there was some guy whose name I can't recall right now who used to be the official spokesperson for hurricane stuff. Every time there was even a whiff of tropical activity, the TV stations would have a closeup of that guy explaining what was happening.
And every year, probably in January, they'd all interview him and ask him what to expect for the upcomi...
Updated: 8:19 PM GMT on September 09, 2014
By: EdwardinAlaska, 2:41 PM GMT on September 04, 2014
No, seriously, I think I recall hearing or reading that next week is the Official Peak of the Hurricane Season.
Which means, at least for this year: Crickets chirping... air leaking from a balloon.... the sound a cheesecake in the oven makes when it falls..... a noisy, raucous monastery...... Yes, all is...
Updated: 6:20 PM GMT on September 04, 2014
By: EdwardinAlaska, 12:11 AM GMT on August 25, 2014
The Lurker’s Lounge?
What the heck is that?!?
Well, it’s a blog…. And it’s for those of us who visit the WU blogs but, for whatever reason, feel like the little kid stuck inside with a cold, with his nose pressed against the window, watching his friends playing outside. Only, in our case, we either don’t know enough about "meteorology" to contribute to the “serious” weather blogs or we’re afraid we’ll make fools of ourselves by post...
Updated: 3:19 PM GMT on August 25, 2014
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