Daily Archives: January 29, 2010

Our View of the World

  There’s an email that goes around every now and then that shows an image of all the air traffic routes around the world; another showing the actual planes in the air around the world. One of my favorites is an email with a composite of various visible satellite images of the entire globe showing […]

Hot Time in the Summer: SouthPac Cyclones

  It’s almost impossible for a meteorologist to write about the tropics without mentioning El Niño and its worldwide effects. Here in the States we’re more conditioned to understand that an active El Niño this time of year brings enhanced rains and cooler temperatures to the southern United States. But what about elsewhere? “For every […]