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By: natemann133, 4:50 AM GMT on August 12, 2009
Hey everybody,I don't know how many of you all remember me, I used to blog regularly on Wunderground back when I was a freshman at the University of Minnesota in 2005. My main concentration on this site focused on severe weather in the Midwest and, most importantly, my passion; tropical weather. Being from Minnesota, I have never experienced a tropical storm (or even the remnants of one for that matter), but ever since I was eight I have been tracking hurricanes. Un...
By: natemann133, 7:06 PM GMT on March 22, 2006
With the recent outbreak of tornados in the midwest, I've gotten to thinking, are we due for a record breaking tornado season? Warmer sea temperatures will undoubtedly add more moisture to the air. As more moist and humid air is pulled by low pressure systems towards the middle of the nation, there becomes a higher risk for incredible tornadic outbreaks.Could 2006 shatter previous tornado records? My gut feeling is that this is very possible.What do you guys think? ...
Updated: 11:01 PM GMT on April 02, 2006
By: natemann133, 4:30 PM GMT on March 06, 2006
The best time of the year is here, the 2006 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. And since my Golden Gophers aren't in the field I will be rooting for another team.....GOOO ZAGS!!!!GOOOOOOOO ZAGS!!! Gonzaga all the way!With most of my family being from the Spokane area, I've always been a Zags fan. I'm feelin it this year!
Updated: 11:40 PM GMT on March 12, 2006
By: natemann133, 2:03 AM GMT on March 02, 2006
After doing some web-surfing I managed to find Dr. William Gray of Colorado State University's predictions for the 2006 hurricane season. Gray predicted 17 named storms in 2006 and said nine of them could become hurricanes with five of them major hurricanes (winds of at least 111 MPH).I personally think Dr. Gray's prediction may be a bit low. A very warm winter has kept sea temperatures fairly high for this type of year. Below I have compared sea temperatures for th...
Updated: 10:16 PM GMT on March 05, 2006
By: natemann133, 4:33 PM GMT on February 17, 2006
The pressure right now in Minneapolis is 1041 mb, one of the highest pressure readings I've ever seen! Can anyone explain why the pressure is so high/the normality of it?
Updated: 8:31 PM GMT on February 17, 2006
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