This just in….
(update 10:00am, Saturday, November 23)
I wanted to throw out an update because Jimmy Kimmel apparently got in on the fun, too. Here is a snippet of his monologue covering the “rain” in LA….
Rick Smith, the Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the Norman, Oklahoma National Weather Service office is doing great things to help those that are struggling with Severe Weather Anxiety. In the clinical world, sometimes this is called Lilapsophobia. That is an abnormal fear of tornadoes or hurricanes. “There are different levels of severe storm anxiety,” Smith said. “You an have a… Read more →
An interesting story was posted on the USA Today website. It was titled: “Massive El Niño growing in California, say models” You can find it here: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2015/07/09/el-nino-california/29921633/ It is not the best article about El Nino and used a lot of scientific mumbo-jumbo and misinformation. I figured I would translate it for everyone. SACRAMENTO — There is growing evidence California could… Read more →
From the WPC: Widespread precipitation will continue across the southwestern corner of the Nation late this week as a deep upper trough edges southeastward towards northern Mexico and low-level winds ahead of the trough pump anomalous Pacific moisture inland. Orographic effects will help produce hefty totals along the upslope side of the terrain…and temperatures should be low enough to support… Read more →