NOAA NOS is releasing a series of satellite images taken after Hurricane Sandy, and is overlaying them on top of Google Satellite maps. The New Jersey coast is first. If you don't have access to your property yet, this will give you an idea what it looks like. Please prepare yourself. Here are a couple of examples from Seaside Heights, New Jersey (click for larger versions):
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Look at the homes in the upper right - completely destroyed - and boats piled up everywhere.
I documented a couple of undular bores on my blog before, but today, it's personal.
A trend I've noticed this Summer on Social Media is a large increase in "lightning strike selfies." Here are a few examples.
The Simpsons Marathon has started on FXX. Today, I look at the number of episodes featuring weather, share some weather-related quotes, and other tidbits:
History was made by Hurricane Iselle this week and I have some of the most impressive images and maps from the storm.
We're monitoring a total of six storms in the Atlantic and Pacific, and some of them are record-breakers.
As is often true this time of year, the tropics are busy, with five notable named storms. Among them are three storms near Hawaii, and Bertha is back for the seventh time.