Author name: Bryan Wilson

Burst of winter temps are here… but not for long!

That title is no joke, either – if you’ve had the misfortune of stepping outside today, it feels downright offensive compared to the comparatively sweltering weather we’ve had over the last several days, with the 60s being a mainstay since earlier in the week. With daytime highs in the upper-30s and sharp winds today, on […]

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Dreary Start to the Weekend… But a BUSY Week Looking Forward

Happy Saturday! We’ve finally made it to the first weekend of 2024… and unsurprisingly, given the climatology for this time of year, it’s been a wet one. Overnight light-to-moderate rainfall (including some areas of light sleet where temperatures permitted) provided some nice sleeping weather, and we’re holding on to this systems remnant impacts for the

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Correlation Coefficient: How Radar Tracks Debris in Tornadoes

We’ve discussed several times before just how many various ways we have at our disposal to investigate radar data to find possibly dangerous areas of rotation – be it from analyzing the structure of storms on radar, or their doppler velocities, these tools have proven invaluable since their nationwide rollout some 35 years ago. In

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More “sleeping weather” through today – but a great end to our weekend in store.

The title says it all – when you have this gray, rainy type of weather like we’ve had for the last day or two, all you want to do is grab a coffee and a blanket and lay by the window all day. Thankfully… it’s the weekend, so do it! It’s a fairly typical December

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