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Where’s the rain?￼
It’s been dry this year. From the start of the year to October 14, we’ve only had 23.25” of rain in the Oklahoma City area,...Read More "Where’s the rain?￼"
Where is the Winter Weather?
Many may wonder exactly why it has been so warm these past few months. It seems out of place to have leaves turning color while...Read More "Where is the Winter Weather?"
Sandstorms: When the Atmosphere Leaves the Desert Deserted
Perhaps the only sandstorm you are familiar with is during a beach vacation when a strong breeze blows sand in your eyes. As annoying as...Read More "Sandstorms: When the Atmosphere Leaves the Desert Deserted"
5 Reasons Why the Boundary Layer Needs More General Recognition
We spend our entire lives in it, but the average Joe on the street has most likely never heard of it. This article was made...Read More "5 Reasons Why the Boundary Layer Needs More General Recognition"
9 Need to Know – Severe Weather
#1 When you think about life-threatening weather, you might be quick to imagine a dark storm cloud with crashing thunder, flashes of lightning, howling winds,...Read More "9 Need to Know – Severe Weather"
Don’t have a Thermometer? Listen to the Crickets
Now that summer is officially over and winter is barreling in full-steam, soon some of us may find ourselves daydreaming of those warm summer nights....Read More "Don’t have a Thermometer? Listen to the Crickets"