Hello, I was formerly known as trHUrrIXC5MMX. Just like you I have a passion for weather.
By: MaxWeather , 10:50 PM GMT on April 22, 2014
This blog is in honor of our Planet, a World more than worthy of having a place in the Universe
Every time we see snow falling, rain, a scary tornado, the dangerous howling winds of a hurricane, a volcano eruption, a tsunami following after a violent earthquake, a waterfall from the snow melting , a baby panda eating little bamboo branches, a whale surging from the ocean to catch some air, a peach tree blossoming in the spring, a wonderful rainbow after a storm, a humming bird feeding from a flower, tulips springing through the snow, the morning dew on the grass by sunrise, a blood red lunar eclipse, the stars in the sky in a clear and calm night, the birth of a new living creature on Earth to the tree dropping the last leaves in fall.
We all have witnessed how Earth embraces us... everything she does is absolutely unique.
Wouldn't you want to go and live in that planet? Yet we are here and many take everything for granted.
Happy Earth day to every Living organism on this planet!
My 3rd anniversary on WU today
I also reach my 3rd anniversary on Wundergound on this day. As trHUrrIXC5MMX for most of the time since April 22, 2011.
I remember very well the first comment I made on the main blog, I didn't expect to remain for long on the site since I was not very interested on the material being discussed nor the public input to the information revealed.
3 years have gone by and I'm still here looking ahead to complete many more.
Update: April 24 6:20 PM
Another freezing morning tomorrow following this warmth and windy day... red flag warnings remain in effect until 10 PM tonight.
We may drop down to around freezing tomorrow morning.
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New York City, NY - Atlanta GA radars
MaxWeather Graphics 2014
New York City - Atlanta, GA
April showers bring May flowers!
Expect a new updated chart this weekend!
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