Hurricane Harvey
In Hurricane Harvey's Case, a Failure to Comprehend, not Forecast
Anyone paying attention last week knew Harvey was set to unleash the full fury of Mother Nature on Texas. Forecasters predicted this historic event with incredible accuracy, and yet, the most tired story of all ("meteorologists get paid to be wrong") has been written about time and again [
State of the Atmosphere
The State of the Atmosphere: Monday, August 28, 2017
As Harvey continues to ravage southeast Texas , our weather pattern has quietly turned quiet after a relatively active and cool month of August. Month-to-date temperature analysis from the CPC shows a rare sight indeed: below normal temperatures for much of the country aside from the northwest, including eastern Colorado: Harvey will co
Hurricane Harvey: A Resource Guide
Hurricane Harvey threatens to make landfall in Texas as the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since hurricane Wilma in October of 2005. Harvey, which has intensified rapidly over the last 24 hours, is now a category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of 85mph, and is expected to further intensify as it moves toward the Texas coast – potentially as a major hurricane – early Saturday. Harvey not only poses a threat with damaging wind, but is forecast to bring incredible