It’s been a busy week across the Great Plains with multiple rounds of severe weather. Since late March, there have been several significant events. More severe weather is on tap for this week for the southern plains Wednesday through Friday. On the “home front”, some IT SNAFU’s reared their ugly heads. Technology is indeed a mixed bag and can show its nefarious side at the most inopportune moments…hence the brief post for today…so let’s get started.
For your consideration, here are this week’s links…
An interesting look at maps that geographically depict climate change beliefs.
A nice interview of Neil deGrasse Tyson in Esquire magazine.
Here’s a very interesting read for my fellow paleontology buffs. “Oldest Fossils Controversy Resolved.”
It’s been five years since the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster…and the reverberations are still with us today.
If you have any reason to be concerned with Severe Thunderstorm and/or Tornado Watches, here’s some important information on an update for the watches and warnings you’ll see online or hear on your NOAA weather radio.
If you’re interested in meteorology or considering it as a career, you need to know how to do this with your eyes closed. “Modern Tornado Outlooks Still Start With Colored Pencil Drawings.”
In case you’ve missed or would like to re-view Rich Thompson’s Tornado Forecasting Workshop, you can catch up on the OU SCAMS YouTube channel.
2015 has gotten off to a hot start…and it could top 2014.
Very thought-provoking. “Top Ten Reasons We Don’t Talk About Climate Change.”
Major climate changes are taking place in the Arctic…and the USA is leading a council along with seven other nations (Canada, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark) to investigate the rapidly warming Arctic climate.
A surprising read. “Air Force’s plan to drop U.S. forecast system for U.K. model draws criticism.”
A short and sweet post for today…and that’s a wrap! Time to finish off the IT troubleshooting grind.