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Site - wattsupwiththat.com
About Site - Blog by Anthony Watts. I'm a former AMS certified (Seal 676 retired) television meteorologist who spent 25 years on the air and who also operates a weather technology and content business, as well as continues daily forecasting on radio, just for fun. Here you will find News and commentary on puzzling things in life, nature, science, weather, climate change, technology and more.
Site - drroyspencer.com
About Site - Roy W. Spencer received his Ph.D. in meteorology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1981. He was a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Dr. Spencer's research has been entirely supported by U.S. government agencies: NASA, NOAA, and DOE.
Site - blog.ametsoc.org
About Site - The American Meteorological Society promotes the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences and the advancement of their professional applications. AMS is committed to advancing core values of diversity, inclusion, and equity across all aspects of the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences.
Site - weatherworksinc.com/blogs
About Site - WeatherWorks strives to provide an enhanced meteorological service specific to our clientele to maximize the efficiency of their operations to protect private and public safety. Our sound meteorological advice and customized services relating to present, past and future weather conditions are vital in each of our client's decision making process to achieve an efficient & cost effective operation.
About Site - The University of Reading is a global university that enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. Subscribe us to keep up with Latest news from the Department of Meteorology.
Site - blog.metservice.com
Wellington, New Zealand
About Site - New Zealand's #1 weather authority and official provider of weather forecasts & public safety weather warnings. Our mission is to create wealth from weather for New Zealanders, our shareholders and customers by empowering foresight through world-leading delivery of powerful weather intelligence.
Site - blog.metoffice.gov.uk
About Site - The Met Office is the National Weather Service for the UK, providing well-renowned weather and climate science and services to support the public, government and businesses. The blog will post latest news releases and related content, news diary and information.
Site - blogs.egu.eu/divisions/as
About Site - Atmospheric Sciences Division is one of the largest divisions in the European Geosciences Union. The research areas covered by division extend from the large-scale dynamical/meteorological processes and systems in the atmosphere (like cyclones and global atmosphere circulation) to the small scale turbulent mixing, they cover the time frame from centuries to seconds.
Site - weather.blogs.foxnews.com
About Site - Cold fronts, snowstorms, hurricanes, and sunshine. Fox News Channel meteorologists Janice Dean blogs about it all here. Janice Dean joined FOX News Channel in January 2004 and currently serves as Senior meteorologist. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval in 2009.
Site - climate.nasa.gov/blog
Pasadena, California, USA
About Site - Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
Site - met.psu.edu
University Park, PA
About Site - The Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Penn State is one of the oldest and largest meteorology programs in the nation. Study and research in the department include topics such as atmospheric boundary layer and turbulence, atmospheric chemistry and physics, atmospheric dynamics, radiative transfer, oceanography, clouds and cloud physics, mesoscale and synoptic meteorology & more.
Site - media.bom.gov.au
About Site - The Bureau of Meteorology Newsroom has been designed to provide material that can be easily sourced and referenced by journalists in media coverage of weather, warnings and other information of public interest.