Category: Blog

April 28th, 2020 – Local Severe Weather Event

Summary: A pseudo-northwest flow event evolved on the afternoon and evening of April 28th producing widespread severe weather across portions of the Middle-Mississippi Valley and Southern Plains. Damaging winds, large hail, and a couple of tornadoes were observed. Severe thunderstorms were forecast to develop off...

Meteorological Methodology and You

The hot button topic so far in this first week of meteorological Spring has been the devastating tornadoes that have impacted the southeast. Meteorologists drew praise from their peers while criticism from the general public over the warning processes they deployed to try and convey...

Storm Ready Communities

Having a partnership with NOAA’s “Weather-Ready Nation”, I am more inclined to look at ways to help counties, communities, and individuals become prepared and “weather ready.” Over the past couple of years, I have gone out and conducted basic weather safety classes and training to...

The Chaser’s Lifestyle

Weather has always dictated my every decision. Since I was old enough to understand basic weather, not a day has gone by where I wasn’t infatuated by the elements. Through total and complete fear a deep respect formed of Mother Nature as I matured in...