Your membership has expired, click here to renew!


Find Pages That Have...
Don't show pages that have...

Sea Surface Temperatures Across the Globe - Monday, September 16, 2019

The time of year is approaching where subtle changes in water temperatures can make a big difference in weather patterns across the USA during the fall and winter seasons. Currently last year, the Pacific was showing signs of warmer water temperatur (full story)

First Signs of Fall - Monday, September 9, 2019

The first high mountain snowfall of the season was reported this weekend in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. Another strong cold front will move from the Pacific Northwest and into the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains on Wednesday bringing (full story)

September Off to a Hot Start - Tuesday, September 3, 2019

The month got off to very hot start in many areas of the nation over the Labor Day weekend. There will many record high temperatures in the Rockies and High Plains and even the Desert Southwest.   In addition to the heat, Hurricane Dorian was (full story)

A Cool Start to September-Relief for Texas - Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Several shots of cooler, Canadian air will make its way into portions of the USA in the coming weeks bringing the first salvos of “fall like” weather from the east slopes of the Rockies to the Great Lakes. This week and into the start (full story)

Baked Alaska - Monday, August 19, 2019

During the month of August Alaska's average temperature in July was 58.1 degrees. That's 5.4 degrees F above average and 0.8 degrees higher than the previous warmest month of July 2004. There is good reason why Alaska was so warm this summer (relati (full story)

Sea Surface Temperature Update - Pacific - Monday, August 12, 2019

August and early September is the time of year we begin to closely watch sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean. Clues to whether or not we will have an El Nino or La Nina begin to show this time of year. The start of 2019 and through the (full story)

The Start of August - Monday, August 5, 2019

Early August is off to a quiet start across the USA. Temperatures are not far from average over most of nation and precipitation will fall in many areas.   As of the end of July, the USDA Drought Monitor showed a remarkable lack of any signifi (full story)

North American Monsoon Kicks Into Gear - Monday, July 29, 2019

The expression, “better late than never” can apply to this summer’s North American Monsoon season. The cool spring and the cool start to the summer season in the far western states caused a delay in the onset of the thunderstorms (full story)

August Outlook - Tuesday, July 23, 2019

July was an up and down month with alternating periods of hot and cool covering the whole nation.   Despite a couple of heat waves most of the nation experienced near normal temperatures overall in July. The month of August can sometimes bri (full story)

Up and Down Temperatures - Monday, July 22, 2019

The Midwest and East Coast suffered through the worst heat and humidity of the season over the past week before cooler temperatures and rain rolled into those areas early this week bringing relief. While the heat and humidity were oppressive, the (full story)

Slow Starting Monsoon Season - Monday, July 15, 2019

The monsoon season that usually develops in late June and early July in the Desert Southwest has been off to a late start this year. The natural increase in thunderstorm activity in the Desert Southwest takes place as the hot deserts help to draw (full story)

El Nino Update - Monday, July 8, 2019

During a summer season El Nino or La Nina will usually fade from view and this summer is no exception. The high sun angle and the warmer temperatures of a summer season will interact with sea surface temperatures to alter an established El Nino (full story)

Knee High by the Fourth of July? - Monday, July 1, 2019

There is an adage used by corn farmers near and far to measure the success of their crops come Independence Day. Years ago, knee-high corn in early July was thought to indicate high yields for the year. Knee-high corn stalks in early July signal can (full story)