The 6,288-foot summit endured record-breaking conditions brought by an Arctic air mass. The mountain in north-central New Hampshire stands 6,288 feet tall and often experiences dramatic weather. But meteorologists say this weekend’s powerful winds and chilly temperatures—which dipped to as low as minus 47 degrees—were unparalleled. The previous record-low wind chill at Mount Washington was minus 102.7 degrees in 2004.The Wind Chill Hit Minus 108 at New Hampshire’s Mount Washington — Latest articles | smithsonianmag.com
Still Too Hot to Blog
Still Too Hot to Blog
Too Hot to Blog
Monday in the Midwest, USA — Best of the Midwest! Hiking – nature – photography
Today the thermometer clocked in at 0 degrees. High will be 9 degrees. A photo essay…Monday in the Midwest, USA — Best of the Midwest! Hiking – nature – photography
Nice photo essay on the Polar Vortex 2021.
We are subject to periodic rolling blackouts here in Oklahoma. Our relatives in Texas have zero electricity and zero natural gas.
How’s Your Day Going? 02.15.21
5:00 PM CST — My day just got a whole lot better.
Outdoor experts agree, risk management is key
So, it might not come as a shock that after this past year Colorado Parks and Wildlife reported a 30 percent increase in visitations through Nov. 2020, as noted by the Denver Post; a staggering number considering that just one year prior, the Outdoor Foundation reported that nearly half of the U.S. population did not participate in outdoor recreation.The Roaring Fork Valley (RFV) is no outlier to this outdoor participation trend, and with more travel and a dangerous snowpack this season, the risks are intensified. Fortunately, outdoor leaders in the RFV have noticed that recreationists are taking risk management – the ability to independently assess the risks of an activity – seriously.Outdoor experts agree, risk management is key — https://www.soprissun.com/2021/01/07/outdoor-experts-agree-risk-management-is-key/
U.S. Election Discussion Thread — Climate Etc.
by Judith Curry No words. The only thing crazier than the U.S. election is this morning’s hurricane forecast. I have no words re the election. For a diversion, here is my hurricane forecast for Eta. Summary: current: TERRIBLE. forecast: CRAZY Latest from NHC (7 am EST): 145 mph max sustained winds, min pressure 936 mb, […]U.S. election discussion thread — Climate Etc.
I am re-posting this article by Judith Curry. Yes, the headline is somewhat misleading but I’m glad I clicked and read her post. There’s another hurricane coming.
Admit it. We all need a diversion from the election.
Meanwhile in Oklahoma – 2020 Halloween Ice Storm Cleanup
The sounds of chainsaws are buzzing in the neighborhood. A few days ago I promised some pictures. It has been a week from hell.
Our power at the house has remained on for two full days in a row. We were planning on cleanup work this weekend until our longtime yard services provider showed up. The Boss took a tour of the property with the crew leader who told us not to do anything and that they would take care of all debris, trim up the trees, and stack along the curb for city pickup. I don’t have to buy or borrow a chainsaw. That’s the good news. The bad news is I feel my checkbook getting lighter.
Got lucky again.
NWS Norman update at 9:03 PM
Confirmed tornadoes from this morning: 1) EF1 southeast of Lake Draper 2) EF1 Midwest City and northeast 3) EF0 Choctaw and northeast 4) EF0 Lake Thunderbird area 5) EF0 in northeast OKC 6) Marietta (unknown intensity) More information to come as we continue to investigate…
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