Monthly Archives: February 2018

Mississippi and Ohio River Flooding

More flooding has occurred over the past weekend, due to a series of storms passing through the Lower Mississippi River Valley and along the Ohio River. Storm totals across the area were in the range of 4-8 inches of liquid … Continue reading

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Flooding across the CONUS

Within the last few days, extensive flooding has occurred due to heavy precipitation from Texas all the way to Michigan. Just look at the NOAA NWS River Forecast map, that encompasses river gauge data across the CONtinental United States (CONUS) … Continue reading

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Vortices off the California coast on 5 February 2018

GOES-16 captured some amazing imagery on the development of multiple vortices off the coast of southern California on 5 February 2018: http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/templates/loop_directory.asp?data_folder=training/visit/loops/5feb18/&loop_speed_ms=60  

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Fuego de Volcan, Guatemala

A volcanic eruption took place on 1 February 2018 over the country of Guatemala. If you don’t know where exactly Guatemala is, it is located in central America, bordering the countries of Mexico, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. Guatemala has … Continue reading

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