Tag Archives: storm

“Not Even Hurricane Season” Bogus News

Is there a “hurricane season”? Does it land neatly on our calendar month boundaries? Is it right for the “news” programs to be banging on about how this latest Tropical Storm “Alberto” is happening when “It is not even hurricane season”? Continue reading

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Mid-March Both Coasts – Winter Storm Advisories

Mid March and the USA has winter storm warnings for snow events on both coasts. Continue reading

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Weather Change on Planets – In Sync With Earth?

Large storms have shown up on Saturn, Uranus, and Mars; complete with unexpected strength and increased polar vortex size and strength. Oh, and on Earth too; but ours must be different because we’re so special /sarc; Continue reading

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Nemo: Oh, The Humanity! Snow, in Winter, in New England

Snow, in New England, In Winter. It ought not to even be news outside the region. It certainly isn’t unusual. Now, if it were multiple feet or meters of snow, or if it were happening in mid summer, it might be news; but even then would not be unprecedented or unique. Continue reading

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