Good Bye

By: Astrometeor, 4:19 AM GMT on April 03, 2017

Stopping by to say good-bye to everyone. Will miss everyone. Probably won't join any new site, everyone's format is generally clunky. This place had a good format. Pity it is going away. Yes, yes I could join Disqus, but I doubt I will. I wish I could stay on and tell everyone all the cool things I will hopefully get to do in the future.

I hope some of you make the trip in August to the solar eclipse. Hopefully the weather is clear. :-) Wish this was stil...


Potential for Epic March Snowstorm

By: Astrometeor, 10:35 PM GMT on March 13, 2017

TWC: 16-24"

WU: 18-24"

Accu: 8-16"

NWS: 14/18/27" (at least this much/most likely/maximum)

These numbers are for my area in Camp Hill, PA (Harrisburg for those who are unfamiliar).

Snow is now falling! Update at 9:48 PM EDT

Snow Winter Weather Disaster Prep Weather


By: Astrometeor, 9:31 PM GMT on August 14, 2016

Astro's Thesis on Ambiguity

Chapter One: Initial Blog Comments

Quoting 76. TropicalAnalystwx13:

There are no guarantees that this run comes to fruition, or even that one of these waves develops. But as I said yesterday, it's mid-August. Things will get interesting even in the face of hostile conditions (some dust, sinking air aloft, etc.) We saw a borderline Category 4 in the central Atlantic last year among the strongest El Nino o...

Miscellaneous Blog Arguments Hurricane

Summer Classes

By: Astrometeor, 9:48 PM GMT on July 11, 2016

New blog time.

Today is July 11th, and I am starting two summer classes today, History of Meteorology and Imperial Russia. I will be sticking to these two courses for the next month. I just finished my reading yesterday, 1,000 pages of Russian history and 100 pages of Meteorology in Railroading.

In other news, I have convinced my mother to teach me how to use her older Pentax camera, so I will be taking that camera with me to Millersville in th...

Meteorology Summer School Miscellaneous

Summer Bliss

By: Astrometeor, 11:39 PM GMT on May 20, 2016

Astro is bored and has decided to put a new blog up. There is no serious content in this entry, so if that's your flavor, my apologies in advance. Comments about anything and everything are welcome and will be answered either seriously or comically.

Quoting 78. TropicalAnalystwx13:

The week of severe weather as forecast by models over the past two weeks is almost here. A threat for severe weather will exist across most of the Plains every day...


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