Thursday, May 30, 2013
The first pick is from the NASA image of the day on May 22 with a MODIS satellite image of the storm that caused the tornado in Moore, OK
Brad Panovich posted a link to a NASA SPoRT blogpost about lightning activity just before the Oklahoma tornados.
I haven't found out yet what the SPoRT acronym means.
I've got the commentary from the NWS office in La Crosse, Wisconsin, about the May 19 storms
From GoogleEarthPics, FIre Rainbows over Kansas
Tornado Titans posted a very nice photo of a supercell on the Oklahoma/Kansas border
The NY Times had an article about the Oklahoma tornados
I found an interactive map that shows before & after aerial pictures of Moore, OK. You can move the point of view, and find the edges of the tornado's path.
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
NOAA sent out a press release on one of the instruments to be places on the GOES-R next generation weather satellites.
Astronomy Picture of the Day (yes … astronomy) had a fantastic picture of a supercell storm from Montana
The National Weather Service office in Pocatello, ID, had a press release on a gust front storm, or gustnado, that occurred there last week
Richard Foreman, @thewxobserver, posted a pic of someone that sort of looks like Nate Johnson
From WDRB, video and story about a massive ice floe coming ashore in Minnesota
Thanks for listening, Skydaver, out
My first pick is from Earth Science Picture of the day, showing multiple light pillars in the clouds.
KARE 11 in Minnesota showed a short video of Ice Chandeliering,
NOAA Weather Partners' Severe Weather Blog has a post by Harold Brooks about the tornado numbers over the last 12 months
Fourth pick comes from Kyle Issac, on Google+, with me a link to Nick Kosir, the rapping Weatherman
Chuck Prevatte sent me an article from The Columbian newspaper, in Vancouver, Washington, about weather spotters.
Thanks for listening,
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