Some Weather-related Blog Posts for your Reading Pleasure

I’ve been surfing around the WordPress “weather” tag  (you can click this and any other tag at the bottom of any post to search all WordPress blogs) and have found the following blog posts, which may be of interest to some of you.  Feel free to search the rest of their blog and leave a comment.  We all appreciate talking with our audience.

The First Snow that Stuck from Idaho Falls, ID.  Great first-snowfall-of-the-season pictures.  Of course, the author is a professional photographer, so that’s to be expected.  Still, having looked through too many cell phone pictures of snow on Twitter, it’s nice to see such professional photos.

Storm Chasers and Terror.  An unsuspecting citizen gets a storm chasing experience – and then some – when she passes through a supercell on I-70 in the Plains.

Looking for a good holiday gift for a weather fan?  TIMEX’s weather watch might be the ticket.  It has a thermometer, barometer (current and sea level-adjusted), and altimeter.  I’ve looked into these before, but never found one this inexpensive.  I’m still skeptical of the thermometer since the watch is wrapped around your skin (the linked review even mentions as much), but it’s still a cool gift for the weather geek in your circle of friends or family.

Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for… weather forecasts for Mars.  I wonder if these forecasts will be more accurate than those here on Earth.

A beautiful picture near sunset.

 

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2 Responses to Some Weather-related Blog Posts for your Reading Pleasure

  1. Steve J says:

    From coast to coast and everywhere in between and beyond, all weather talk is welcome.

  2. Jory (Sandy) says:

    If looking for weather related posts, the Portland, OR area has a reasonably active one one workpress, here… http://fox12weather.wordpress.com/
    Some very nice wave pictures from the big wave event that has been happening off the NW coast. Another good NW oriented blog can be found here… http://cliffmass.blogspot.com/
    Sorry they are not East Coast, but they are interesting. 🙂

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