Climate

Meteorological summer comes to an end on Monday, August 31st.  So, it’s a good time to take a look at the weather patterns we’ve been dealt this summer and where we go from here. But first, just a few random thoughts: As you are likely aware,...

Meteorology, and climatology are disciplines that require a combination of study, logic, and education, using proven physical laws as the basis for deriving conclusions. If any one of those components is missing the end result is, at best, bad science.  At worst, it leads to...

Meteorologist Mike Smith gives us a look at the latest example industrial wind turbines blocking or interfering with Doppler radar signals during storm outbreak when that data is essential to the safety of residents who need the warnings! http://www.mikesmithenterprisesblog.com/2020/06/wind-turbines-pruitt-igoes-of-plains.html Kansas Governor Kelly recently announced another addition to...

As we approach the start of summer in the northern hemisphere, the sun is reaching its northernmost pinnacle in our skies. As a result, daylight exceeds darkness by its greatest amount during the 24-hour day. And, it makes it much easier to heat up...

April just ended, and in much of the United States it was a cold one!  In the Kansas City area, April was over 2° below normal. With the exception of southern Florida and parts of the Pacific Northwest, almost the entire nation felt the chill! Global temperatures...

Be very wary of people who advocate for never letting a crisis go to waste. The Coronavirus has presented an opportunity for climate change alarmists to make all sorts of claims connecting climate change to pandemics.  It’s already in the works, and once the virus worries...

Computer modeling is used in many different disciplines these days. You have heard lately about the use of computer modeling to predict the spread of Covid-19 , or more typically the weather computer models. The problem with models, however, is the end result...