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Cathy Gregg
Photographer of Storms, Weather, Landscapes, Apprentice to Mother Nature since 1962
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Massimo 18h
The cyanometer: a 230-year-old tool for measuring the blueness of the sky (link: )
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Cathy Gregg 20h
How many Global stations were there in the 1880’s to early 1900’s? Africa, South America, China, Russia...? Please inform me.
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Don Penim Jul 19
82 Years Ago:....Washington Post / July 31, 1937 POLAR HEAT WAVE MELTS ICE UNDER SCIENTISTS CAMP ~ ... July 30 – It was so warm at the North Pole that the snow melted around the camp of four Soviet weather observers… The prolonged “warm spell”…endangered their camp
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Cathy Gregg 21h
Valid question and it’s been happening for years... I’d like to know the answer also.
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Cathy Gregg 23h
Replying to @Miriam2626
This article is 4 months old. It even states that the Dems made the bill DOA. Nowhere in the article does it mention how it cuts food stamps for hungry children. Can you please clarify?
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NWS SPC Jul 19
7/19 7:50 AM CDT: A regional outbreak of severe thunderstorms with strong tornadoes and potentially widespread significant wind damage may occur from central Minnesota across northern Wisconsin during the mid-afternoon to evening. Stay weather aware today.
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Cathy Gregg Jul 18
What’s the story with it? Was it stolen and left there during Barry?
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Brian Olson Jul 17
Came across an elongate cobble that was FLIPPED over by the earthquake shaking. This is fairly flat ground, no slope for gravity assistance. Suggests some pretty strong shaking in this area south of Hwy 178.
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IRI Jul 18
BUT! another atmospheric indicator of is the Southern Oscillation Index, which measures differences from normal in atmospheric pressure. Oddly, says Barnston, compared to other indicators this one is still showing favorably for El Niño.
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Wildfire Today  🔥 Jul 18
The Pilots Who Fight California’s . With a squadron of ancient airplanes, these firefighters are usually the first on the scene.
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Cathy Gregg Jul 18
Replying to @WSJ
“Considering”...”recent violence”??
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James Spann Jul 17
CPC 6-10 day outlook suggests below average temperatures for the eastern half of the U.S. July 23-27
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Brendon Jul 16
This Moorcroft tornado video is a must watch :
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Trevor Riley Jul 17
. lightning strike in North Kensington MD this evening
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Esri Jul 17
So many new updates! Here's what's new in the latest release:
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Cathy Gregg Jul 17
Replying to @jperez1690
Following...
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NWS Eastern Region Jul 17
Here is a video of Tuesday's microburst in Raleigh, NC
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NWS WPC Jul 17
The Lower 48 state rainfall maximum graphic relating to tropical depressions, storms, hurricanes, and their remnants was updated using the info provided by today due to the Tuesday rains in AR.
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Day In WX History Jul 17
July 16-17, 1987: Slow-moving thunderstorms produced 10 to 12" of rain causing flash flooding on the Guadalupe River in Texas. The flooding swept away 43 people, mostly teenagers. Tragically, 10 died.
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NWS Sacramento Jul 17
What a change in a few months! Much of the Sierra snowpack has melted off, and the vegetation continues to dry out.
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