Tag Archives: 2010 Hurricane Season

Atlantic: Is Subtropical Storm Alex on the Horizon?

June 1st marks the official start of the 2010 Hurricane season, but there’s a good chance that the National Hurricane Center will upgrade the system shown below to subtropical depression status during the next 24 hours. By Wednesday or Thursday of this week, it could be our first subtropical storm of the season. Right now, […]

Distant Early Warning

"An ill wind comes arising" is the opening salvo from the 1984 hit from Rush, Early Distant Warning on the Grace Under Pressure album. The song is not actually about the approach of nasty weather but rather something more sinister. Still, it’s a stand-out tune from my younger years. As a meteorologist and, at the […]

Free Webinars: Get Ready So You Can BE Ready

Tropical storm lightning on the Texas Gulf Coast.  Photo: Fred Rogers Temperatures around the U.S. are finally starting to climb a bit as we pass from the longest, coldest winter most of us can remember into spring, which is currently forecast to be stormy, wet and unseasonably cool for many of us.  As the seasons […]