Tag Archives: hurricanes

Tropical Update: 6/28/16

It is a time for another tropical update. In the Atlantic, no tropical systems are expected to develop over the next 48 hours. In the Eastern Pacific, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) is watching an area of low pressure that … Continue reading

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Tropical Meteorology Class This Week

I took a midterm exam today, and felt pretty good about it. I will not tell you about the exam at all, however, as it is confidential. I will, however, tell you about something neat I’ve been learning about it … Continue reading

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Tropical Meteorology: #1

I will post each week about what I’ve learned in class thus far, as I have been really looking forward to taking this Tropical Meteorology class. This week, I learned about the importance of vertical temperature gradient versus horizontal temperature … Continue reading


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Fall Weather Patterns – Paydirt Article

Fall and Fall Weather Patterns by Seth Price (an article for Paydirt, the NMT School Newspaper) To many, the beginning of fall conjures up images of leaves changing color, Halloween, and football. The cooler, longer nights break the summer heat and … Continue reading

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