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Monthly Archives: January 2009
In 24 hrs the models went from an historic superstorm over the Appalachians to a run-of-the-mill nor’easter. The models are now all in agreement that the phasing of the jet streams will occur well east of the region, which means … Continue reading
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Groundhog Day Superstorm??
Less than a week after a major ice storm devastated a large swath of the central United States with ice, snow and flooding rains, another even more powerful storm appears to be on the way. In fact, computer models suggest … Continue reading
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Major ice storm Monday night-Tuesday
This is shaping up to be a major ice storm for south-central Kentucky Monday night into Tuesday. There could be widespread power outages and downed power lines from ice-covered tree limbs. I would also expect widespread school cancellations (including WKU) … Continue reading
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Meteorology is a top-rated job!
Not only is Meteorology a high-paying job, but the Wall Street Journal reports that it is also one of the top 20 jobs in the United States. The methodology was based on job stress, income, environment, employment outlook, and physical … Continue reading
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