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A Mostly Mild and Dry January for U.S., Punctuated by Big Storms

Dr. Jeff Masters, February 11, 2016

Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground

The strong El Niño event dubbed “Godzilla” by one oceanographer behaved more like a hero than a monster in January, at least when it came to conditions across the United States. Mild and dry weather prevailed over much of the nation, and where it was wet or snowy, the moisture was generally well predicted and widely appreciated, apart from a titanic Northeast snowstorm.

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The End of The Enlightenment in The Land Down Under (CSIRO)

Dr. Ricky Rood, February 12, 2016

Professor, University of Michigan

What is presented to the world appears as a political decision. It is a political decision that squanders unique human capital and damages or destroys capacity. It is a conscious decision to increase ignorance about the future in a precarious world where knowledge supports economic success and societal security. As such, it is a fundamental abrogation of civil responsibility.

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Arctic Blast Will Not Last

Steve Gregory, February 11, 2016

Sr. Forecaster/Risk Analysis, Weather Intel Services

Arctic Blast Will Not Last

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Feb 8 Coastal Flooding

Dr Larry P. Atkinson, February 8, 2016

Slover Professor of Oceanography at Old Dominion University

Moderate flooding predicted in mid-Atlantic US

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Building Resilient Communities BEFORE The Storm

Dr. Marshall Shepherd, February 5, 2016

2013 President, American Meteorological Society
Director of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. of Georgia

The Super Bowl isn't on until 6:30 pm or so. And really, how many pre-game analyses can you watch? That is why we are giving you a new episode of Weather Geeks Sunday.

I recently wrote in F...

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Reflections on the "Blizzard" of 2016: A Rant about Transferring Energy to the Coast

Lee Grenci, January 27, 2016

Retired Senior Lecturer and Forecaster, The Pennsylvania State University

On occasion, a few Wunderground readers have e-mailed me to say that conveying scientific truth to the general public is not a priority in the grand scheme of weather forecasting. For me, however, get...

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Portlight rallies to help a Wunderground family

Portlight, January 29, 2016

Disaster Relief Organization

Here at Portlight, we sometimes come across individual stories of those who need the love and efforts of others. This is one.

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First Rain of the Season for Southern California

Zachary Labe, September 13, 2015

Northeast Weather Analyst

The remnants of Hurricane Linda will track toward southern California in addition to a deepening trough. This will allow for a moist, upslope flow to provide the first widespread rain of the fall season across the region.

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