Tuesday, December 31, 2013

The Weather of 2013

This is a great video that recaptures some of the weather of 2013.

For me, the most scientifically interesting item of the year was the El Reno Tornado of May 31. Not only did we lose three highly professional storm chasers, that giant storm with its nearly 300 mph winds  will have meteorologists studying it for years.
El Reno Tornado. Wikipedia 
And, again, Mother Nature frustrated the global warming doomsayers by refusing to warm earth's atmospheric and sea surface temperatures. Of course, the rest of us found that to be good news.

Unfortunately, there is no way to forecast the weather or climate for 2014. But, rest assured that weather science will be working to keep you informed and your family safe in the new year.

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