The Human Element of a Weather Forecast

Being a meteorologist is a difficult job some days. Usually, it’s an academic problem: Trying to decide between two weather forecast models, gnashing your teeth »

Parts of Louisiana Devastated by Flooding; National Media Quiet

It's an election year, the Olympics are on, and crazy guys are climbing Trump Tower with suction cups attached to their hands and feet. With these »

Weather is a Tournament of Odds

Depending on where you get your weather information you really are getting different philosophies of the forecast process. I'm a probabilist – or, I believe in forecasting »

Without Warning: Moving from Twitter Anger to Action

NBC headline proclaiming tornado came "without warning" falls flat Last night I had the opportunity to talk to Dakota Smith and Tyler Jankoski on their Weather »

The Glory Years for East Coast Snowstorms?

If you're keeping score at home (and of course we're not) it may seem like the northeast has been hit with more than their fair share »