Well, here it is, the NOAA Catalina spaghetti output for March 8th, 5 PM AST, hold the sauce: The plot at left, with likely a Guinness record for a long, thin caption, pretty much guarantees a big trough of cold air here by then, another door opens into winter, which seems to be gone right… Continue reading Seeing red
Now THAT was a monsoon-like day yesterday, one right out of the western state of Kerala, India; the thick rain of mid-morning, seemingly thicker than most here, the clothes-gripping humidity outside, the strip of fog on the side of the western Ghats, oops, Catalina Mountains, the relatively gentle breezes in the rain, the subdued green… Continue reading Arizona: the Emerald State
In case you missed it, and you probably did because you were still in bed while I was doing things for you, there was a pretty sunrise to start the day yesterday, one that would not disappoint later by being a dry one. After all, we’re here in the peak of our summer rain season.… Continue reading Yesterday’s drama, forecasting for picnics, etc.
Let’s have a contest, get the brain going. With dewpoints hovering near, and even eeking into the low 70s in AZ, with giant thunderstorms complexing our weather with sudden stupifying downpours, one wonders, after all of these blogs, this “body of work” if you will, if the several people who comprise the Cloud-Maven blogpire, one… Continue reading Is it India? Or is it Catalina?