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Although the New York City metropolitan area was largely spared, the Blizzard of 2015 is pulling no punches this morning across much of eastern New England. Some locations in Massachusetts have already topped two feet of snow, with heavy snowbands still pounding the Boston metropolitan area and Cape Cod, extending northeast into coastal Maine. Although the heaviest snow will exit New England later this afternoon, lighter snow could persist into tonight in some areas.
According to the 10 EST Tuesday NWS Storm Summary and reports from the Boston NWS and New York Ci...
No doubt, “warmest ever” headlines obscure what is important about climate change. It takes what is expected and makes it into inconsequential headlines. It is simplistic in many ways to make this persistently premiere news. It plays into maintaining a conversation that is isolating of the subject of climate change. It consumes the energy and resources of scientists in fundamentally nonproductive ways. It helps the denialists frame the conversation. We need to learn to embrace the complexity, simply, rather that trying to communicate the complexity simplistically.
I am being asked for my take by reporters about the Blizzard so I thought that I would just capture my thoughts in a blog. Media, feel free to quote any of this as you see fit
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An historic blizzard is heading through the northeastern United States, potentially bringing more than 2 feet of snow to some areas. Visit this live blog often for the latest updates on storm totals and breaking news.
Blizzard Northeast with very cold conditions expected in the Northeast for the next 10-14 days.
I recently got together with the creative team at WeatherSTEM to create "Fishing and Weather", the first of many educational lessons that integrate the science of weather and bass fishing to make learning more fun! This was a tremendous experience, and I think that teachers, parents, and school administrators who are all struggling with the common core are going to be really excited about this project!
Portlight Strategies, Inc. and the Hampton Roads Regional Catastrophic Planning Team present the Getting It Right Workshop. This workshop will provide tools to facilitate full integration and inclusion in all aspects of emergency preparedness and response.
A low pressure will develop off the Southeast coast and move northeastward along the stalled front off the eastern seaboard. Precipitation will develop and expand across much of the Northeast by early morning Wednesday. Marginal cold air will limit the heaviest snow accumulations across inland locations along the foothills of the Appalachians. Most areas east of there will face slushy accumulations of less than three inches in addition to some rain.
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