Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Video: Why the World Needs Meteorologists

Just in case you did not know, the World Meteorological Organization has a five-minute video explaining everything that meteorologists do using cute hand drawings.  Did you know that the broadcast meteorologists you see on television are actually just a small proportion of all of the meteorologists working for government, private…
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20th anniversary of the Miami tornado of May 12, 1997

Have you ever heard that tornadoes don’t hit cities, or rivers, or hills?  While local geographic features can have a small impact on tornadoes, this week’s anniversary of the Miami tornado of May 12, 1997 is a good example of how wrong that “old wives’ tale” is.  Of course, here…
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Dry week after today’s rain

The system moving through the Southeast today will bring some rain to the area, particularly those areas in south Georgia and Florida that have been seeing an expansion of drought in recent weeks.  After that, the week looks like it will be dry across the region, with sunny skies and…
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