Monthly Archives: June 2009

Severe Thunderstorm, June 4, 2009

I remember May of 1993. An area of low pressure sat offshore and rotated counter-clockwise, sending waves of warm, humid air into our region. Imagine spokes on a wagon wheel, and each time a spoke passes over there is rain, … Continue reading

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Hurricanes and Climate Change

A lady I worked with said to me last week, “George, we’re getting an awful lot of hurricanes. Is that because of global warming?” Here’s my answer to her, and to you: Recently a letter was sent to Sen. John … Continue reading

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