Author: Jason Cooley

#WeatherWednesday – Mammatus Clouds

Happy #WeatherWednesday everyone! Today’s discussion explores incredible and perplexing bulges that hang beneath thunderstorm anvils and some elevated convection. These are known as mammatus clouds, or mamma for short....

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#WeatherWednesday – Waterspouts

Happy #WeatherWednesday everyone! Yesterday we had a question about the properties of waterspouts in the “TSC Community” group on Facebook. A waterspout is simply a tornado that forms over a body of water. Tornadoes...

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#WeatherWednesday – Lake Effect Snow

Happy #WeatherWednesday everyone! Now that we got our first taste of colder air across the Southern Plains, we switch from talking about hurricanes to talking about winter weather! Meteorological winter starts in under two...

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#WeatherWednesday – Naming a Hurricane

Happy #WeatherWednesday everybody. The last write-up was about Hurricane Ike on the 9th year anniversary of landfall in Texas! Today we stay on the category of hurricanes. We call hurricanes by name, a practice popularized in...

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