Dropcam has now added time-lapse capability to their cloud recording... your weather camera at home can now do full-day time-lapses.
The strongest storm anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere right now is pounding Cape Cod with high winds and heavy snow.
Severe weather has taken center stage in the news and Social Media this week, owing to severe thunderstorms in western Europe, Argentina and the Philippines.
Yesterday's extreme nor'easter fell to 955 mb pressure with the highest waves I've ever seen; winds clocked to 119 mph, but was that reading accurate?
This weekend's storm in the Northeast U.S. turned out to be another over-performer for snowfall.
A storm chaser friend of mine, Douglas Kiesling, is attempting an across-country live streaming trip (the first such ever broadcast on YouTube) from New York to California this weekend.
The mid-Atlantic had never seen a March morning as cold as this one... the Great Lakes ice and U.S. snow cover set records, and more.
While most eyes were on how much snowfall would come as a result of this week's storm, meteorologists have been eyeing its extreme forecast pressure fall.
After the extreme, widespread reports of sleet from the March 3 storm, I wondered if it might be a new record... but sleet stats are hard to come by.
I found some interesting trends during the last year, looking at the number of weather records set globally, and it made me look again at the last 20 years of temperatures.