I started a forecast this morning, but ended up not having internet for the bulk of the day. By the time I did, I was already living out the meager forecast I had made, and it seemed pointless to finish it up. Tomorrow, I’ll start with a regular forecast again.
I have signed up for Research Techniques in Geosciences and Advanced Forecasting Techniques for next semester at Mississippi State. I am hoping that each of these classes will be fun.
I am scheming a research paper right now and have been working on it in my spare time. Hopefully, it will be something others will want to read. I’ll talk more about it as I write it. In the mean time, it is in the early phases.
I am off for several weeks from the National Weather Service. In fact, I won’t be back in until January 8. Even so, they included my name on a stocking that is hanging up with all of the other meteorologists at the front desk, so that is neat.
I had another successful balloon launch yesterday as well. I am learning the technique, and I want to get my upper air certification by Spring Break. Then, I need to launch a balloon every 90 days (I believe) to keep it active.
Thank you for reading my post.