Daily Archives: September 1, 2010

Analog Power

From wearing his geologist’s hat this morning, to now wearing his tropical meteorologist’s hat this afternoon, YourWeatherBlog once again taps the mind of Fred Schmude: I have had a little time to look at some past data and compare ImpactWeather’s prime analog data with the current season…the trends are quite remarkable so far…take a look: […]

Sinabung: More to Come?

We spoke with ImpactWeather Meteorologist and in-house Geologist Fred Schmude last week about the pending eruption of Mt. Galeras in Colombia. While we wait for Galeras, Mt. Sinabung has jumped into the fray. Once again, Fred Schmude: There has been a lot of recent news about Mount Sinabung on the Island of Sumatra in the […]

Hurricane Season Update Video Released

Hard as it is to believe that it’s already September, thankfully most of us have dodged any tremendous impact from tropical activity this season despite the fact that we’ve already had 6 named storms and will very probably have a 7th (Gaston) by tomorrow.  Here’s an 8 1/2-minute video update we produced yesterday afternoon that […]