#2: Going to Fenway to see a Red Sox game with 50 TV Meteorologists across the country is just a blast. The Red Sox lost to the Angels… Read more
No, this was a Derecho.
A Derecho is a fast moving line of thunderstorms and strong winds. This Derecho started Friday afternoon June 29th in Indiana–then moved an average of 75 miles per hour, reaching the Atlantic Ocean during the first few minutes of Saturday June 30, 2012. There were more than 600 reports… Read more
Lots of green, nice looking homes and well manicured and oversized lots.
With the sun shining on it all, of course.
And in fact, this is the most recent aerial picture on BING of this particular part of a Colorado Springs neighborhood before the Waldo Canyon Fire raged during the third week of June 2012.
And… Read more
But I’m not sure the weather will let us see it.
I hope the forecast is wrong–and that it’s sunny and clear on Sunday evening. And just in case…here’s what you need to know.
The timing of the partial solar eclipse of 2012 over Portland and the northwest is as… Read more
I just ran the numbers from the first seven days of February–and it turns out Portland is drier than Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego and even Los Angeles!
I love it when that happens. Probably because it almost never does. Yep, that could have something to… Read more
This picture that Adam Hunger took tells the story of what many east coasters are calling the “Nightmare Before Halloween.”
The Biggest October snow storm in decades (near Albany, NY, it was the biggest in a century!) gave New York City’s Central Park the most October snow it has ever seen. And some… Read more