Ice On A Wall: Glaze And Rime Ice

Ice is common to us as something that forms flat, as low down as it can go. It sits in ice cube trays or at the bottom of skating rinks. This is because it always is a liquid before it becomes a solid, so it flows to the bottom before it freezes. But this isn’t…
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Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

Did you know that the princess snow white got her name because her skin was as white as snow. But why is snow white? I mean I love a good snow storm that leaves the ground covered with a white sheet, and buildings with a new look for the winter. But why not the color…
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snow_on_the_mountains_of_southern_california

Here it comes, get ready!. Thanksgiving break is now over. Students are returning back to school with a-huff-and-a-puff, knowing final exams are right around the corner. The only thing that might send out cheer is the anticipation of some white winter fun on the way.. Most importantly-snow! Being an all-things-weather enthusiast, I have been intrigued…
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Rock You Like A Hurricane

So I wanted to introduce this blog post with a little personal story: In another meteorology class I have a case study assignment and I decided to study Hurricane Matthew. While I was home for the Turkey Holiday, and researching for my case study, my parents were being.. well.. parents.. lurking over my shoulder asking…
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Not Wrong At The Time

Thanksgiving has come and gone. Families all across the United States came together to eat turkey and potatoes. And for all the meteorology students all over they had to try their best to explain the classes they are taking to family. If you are in the world of weather in anyway there is a good…
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