Not all wet.
Here’s what’s happening in our neck of the woods: we learn how you can get a hurricane named after you, plus we get to chat with The Today Show’s Al Roker. It’s 68 degrees and there’s a 30 percent chance that it’s already raining.
Sometimes you’ll hear people say something like, “You’re more likely to get struck by lightning than to be something something something’d.”
Shelter from the (social media) storm
Talk about the weather is considered mundane small talk—the diminution meant as a sort of putdown.
Tracing the history of precipitation prognostication from that time the first weatherman grunted “rock is wet” to literal rocket science.
The Whalebone Department of Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services, a sub-division of The Whalebone Weather Bureau is proud to present a primer on cloud classification with some help from NOAA and our intern Will.
For when you gotta go where it’s warm (or cold, or rainy, or snowy…)
The Whalebone Department of Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services has been busy recently
Reviews of Weather Movies by Weatherpeople Both weatherpeople and Hollywood special effects extravaganzas rely on heavy use of green screens. We asked a few…
If you enjoy skiing, snowboarding, climbing, hiking, biking, running, going for walks outside, breathing air or snowball fights this one is likely for you.
Talking climate and weather with real-life storm chaser and NOAA and NCAR scientist Chris Rozoff In The Eye of the Storm By Jonnah Perkins…