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My thoughts on lawsuit against The Weather Channel

There was major weather-related news that came up recently, and it was about $125 million lawsuit against The Weather Channel, according to BBC News. There was more to the lawsuit itself. First of all, three storm chasers were killed in a collision in Spur, Texas on March 28, 2017. Two ...

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Not all ‘violent’ tornadoes are monsters

One of the curious things I have encountered is Americans’ fascination into tornadoes is that tornadoes are virtually present in so many works of American literature, films, art and history. It makes sense in a way since an average of roughly 1,000 tornadoes occurred yearly in the United States while ...

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Weather related reasons school should close: When is it right to cancel?

Last Wednesday, Montgomery County Schools decided to close at the last minute after we got more snow than originally expected. That was after they planned a two-hour delay, and I came across some news stories from Nashville news outlets about several parents from all over Middle Tennessee being upset at ...

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Reflection on AMS 99th Annual Conference Part 1: Meteorology in military

I wanted to shift from my usual topics in my articles to discuss and reflect on American Meteorology Society’s (AMS) 99th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.  As part of my REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) project at National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma last summer, I was able to attend ...

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Hump Day Wednesday

Hump Day Wednesday Forecast It’s Hump Day Wednesday, and the forecast for today still calls for hot and steamy weather. I hope that your classes are going well so far. If you are planning to join any outdoor events like last night’s Peay Soup, please remember to stay hydrated and ...

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