Weather's Eye in the Sky: The Atlantic Plume's Preface to Tropical Season for the 2022 Season: Because of the beauty from the eye in the sky. . .I am featuring a bird's eye view of the plume season that more often than not is a precursor of the Atlantic's tropical season. The plumes result in…Read more Weather’s Eye in the Sky…The Atlantic Plume: Preface to Tropical Season – 2022
The Hunga Tonga Volcano Erupts: December 19th, 2021 & January 13th, 2022 The Hunga Tonga volcano in the South Pacific Ocean has had an eruption twice in a one month period. The first was on December 19th, 2021, and the second one on January 13th, 2022. The December plume rose with a heat surge to…Read more Hunga Tonga Volcano Erupts Twice in One Month – Video
My prayers are with all the families, friends and businesses in all areas! Flood Advisories are in effect! Former Hurricane Henri has made it's move on its trek inland and a landfall crossing New York's Long Island. The remnants are over the area from northeast New Jersey, east New York,and Massachusetts--moving into the New England…Read more Stagnated Former Hurricane Henri Hovers with Flooding & More – Elsewhere: Tennessee Floods
3️⃣2️⃣1️⃣🕛🎊🥳🎆🎇🎉 To a Happy New Year! Wishing a safe holiday to all. Hope for 2021: Hope in general Hopeful economy recovery of unemployment, a stable stock market, increase of yield Hope for improved regulation of international government and international organization including those involved with the handling of health affairs Hope of improvement of radio industry's…Read more Happy New Year! Hope For 2021 & 2020 Revisited
We are in the midst of a new arrival. I am glad that a meteorological event that will cause far fewer havoc than the usual appearance, and plus some great photographs. Being from northern Illinois, I will be lucky to see any of the Saharan Dust Plume here. If it makes it far enough north,…Read more Saharan Dust Plume on the Way Into the U.S.