Category archives for: WEATHER

Fools Heat for Three Days, Then Mild Again


  Another attempt of heat will try to come in for Friday through Sunday but it will be leaving as fast as it comes in. As we draw closer, the NAM and GFS are already trying to find ways to back off of the intensity a touch. As stated numerous times on here, summer this [...]

Arlene to Become Hurricane Before Landfall


The tropical season is just about a month old and we have Tropical Storm Arlene that is centered in the Southwestern Gulf of Mexico and will come ashore by mid day Thursday across the central Mexican coast. The Mexican Government has recently issued a Hurricane Warning for the Eastern Mexican Coast from Barra de Naulta [...]

Summer Continues to Look Stormy and Cool

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MCS Train to Continue With Thunderstorms Sunday-Tuesday As addressed all Spring and Summer long the Ohio Valley was going to be in the battle zone between hot and dry conditions to the southwest and cool and wet weather across the north. That pattern has not changed and a change does not seem to becoming any [...]

Global Cooling Evidence Continues to Grow (Literally)


For the last couple of months I have felt that it is a duty to steer serious readers and serious people in the right direction of what is really going on in the climate across the globe. As stated, this is not a writing to demand that a person switches sides or follows blindly what [...]

Flood Forces 11,000 to Evacuate N Dakota Town More Flooding on The Way

MINOT, N.D. — The Souris River is set to over top levees in Minot, displacing about a quarter of the North Dakota city’s population for a second time this spring and promising to swamp thousands of structures under the worst flooding in four decades. “We could have a really catastrophic type of event here,” Mayor [...]

Stalemate Continues Across Ohio Valley

The battle between scorching heat over the southern Plains and cool air from Canada continue to settle across the Ohio Valley. Record heat in Texas and hot conditions all across the Plains remain locked to the southwest as a trough off to the northeast of the region refuses to budge. In between the result is [...]

American Astronomical Society Joins the Dark Side

Umbral Intensity and Umbral Magnetic Field; Courtesy of Penn and Livingston via Based on the charts above the way things are going, sunspots could disappear altogether in the next handful of years. When you look at the bottom chart with the B Gauss, when levels drop below 1500 sunspots will all but disappear. What [...]

Strong Heat Burst Felt Across Wichita Metro and Surrounding Areas Explained

An unusual heat burst occurred shortly after midnight on June 9, 2011, across the Wichita area. The temperature jumped some 15 to 20 degrees in a matter of 15 to 20 minutes, rising from the low to mid 80s to around 102 degrees. The sudden rise in the thermometer was accompanied by a downburst of [...]

Warmest Part of Summer Over, Humid and Wet Takes Control


  Monday Temperatures; Courtesy of The warmest ten dray stretch of the summer for the Ohio Valley has come to an end. While the area will still experience some very warm days, it appears that there will not be another stretch like this for the rest of the summer months. A cold front that [...]

Heat About to Break, Storminess Ahead

The weather over the Ohio Valley the last 10 days has been quite warm but the humidity with all the rain the area received from March through mid May made it feel pretty rough at times. Most are probably getting worried that another hot and dry summer is in store for the area but that [...]

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