National Centers for Katrina storm track. Environmental Information (NCEI) at Stennis Space Center (NOAA) August 29, 2005 the nation watched helplessly as a massive category 5, (the highest on the Safer-Simpson hurricane scale) slammed into the Gulf coastline of the southern United States. A special website commemorating this event has been put together by NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) at Stennis Space Center. The opening statement says it all. This is a must read. Ten years ago, one of the strongest storms to ever strike the United States made landfall along the Louisiana–Mississippi…
It will feel a lot more like summer around here – especially next week.
Warming oceans translate to a warming earth.
In case you weren’t keeping track, I thought that you should know that both yesterday (8/25) and today (8/26) rank as the 3rd and … More »
Summer heat will return soon.
With a high of 67°, today’s high officially ranks as the 3rd coolest August 25th high temp on the books.
So the big question on your mind with temperatures in the 60s is probably “This has to set a record, right?” Well, actually it … More »
Nice night for a ballgame!
a look alternative energy sources
There is a marginal risk for severe weather in our area today.
We’re giving you an early heads up on this one – mark your calendars for two years from yesterday (so, August 21, 2017) – … More »
The tropics have been making news lately; we’re watching a Hurricane and a Tropical Storm right now.