Active Week of Storm Chances Ahead

I’m happy to report the low stratus cloud deck that plagued the region throughout much of our Saturday has skirted off to the east, allowing rays of sunshine to take over.  Southerly winds will take over as an area of high pressure dips to our east, allowing for a nice warm up, with highs reaching […]

NASA Cloud Atlas

This is a map from NASA of 13 years of cloud cover. The white areas show where there has been considerable cloud cover and the blue areas show where there has been little to no clouds. The Washington Post wrote an article discussing the atmospheric circulations this image reveals. “You can see that clouds form […]

Mesospheric Gravity Waves

Following Brad Panovich on Twitter is always a good source for seeing interesting information on our atmosphere and it’s phenomena. Check out this video displaying something extremely rare and awesome that occurred over Kansas on June 5th…mesoscale gravity waves and sprites. Mesospheric Gravity Waves and Sprites over Western Kansas June 05 2014 0617 UT to […]

Sunday Morning Update

Real-time radar:   Today 6/1 – Mostly Cloudy / Afternoon Showers & T-storms – High 86° // Tonight – Mostly Cloudy / Isolated Showers– Low 69° 6am 67˚ – 9am 77˚ – 12pm 84˚ – 3pm 86˚ – 6pm 83˚ – 9pm 78˚ Good Sunday morning everyone. Today looks like much of the same old, same old […]