Enjoy the brief summer rerun. The next cold front is always on the way in late September and with another shot of rain tomorrow and cooler temps by Friday. Read more →
It’s been a remarkably quiet Atlantic hurricane season, so far. That has perplexed hurricane forecasters, who called for an active season. Read more →
Watching The Tropics It’s been a fairly quiet Atlantic hurricane season so far. We’ve mustered 4 named storms already…but nothing of note in recent weeks. That may be about to change. Tropical Storm Erin formed overnight in the eastern Atlantic near the Cape Verde Islands. Another disturbance moving into the Gulf of Mexico has a Read more →
Chaos Theory ”And a butterfly can flutter its wings over a flower in China and cause a hurricane in the Caribbean. I believe it. They can even calculate the odds. It just isn’t likely and it takes…so long.” — RobertRedford as card shark Jack Weil in Havana. Can a butterfly in Brazil really cause a Read more →
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