For me, New Jersey is more than the land between New York and Pennsylvania.
One can look at total energy produced in a hurricane one of two ways:
1. The total amount of energy released by the condensation of water droplets or
The TV meteorologist has long been the butt of many jokes. "What's the only job you can have and be wrong everyday? A meteorologist of course!" (Har, har, har.) Why is this the case? Well, as meteorologists we're trying to predict the future.
I seem to remember posting a blog entry recently about how October is usually a "quiet" month for weather in North Carolina.
Too many peanuts has kept prices low throughout the 2012 growing season and the economic outlook isn't too rosy for next year as the crop seem headed toward large, if not record, this year. Alas!
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller
Almost any picture you see of the Sun will show sunspots. These are dark dots on the surface of the Sun, and they’re even visible from Earth without a telescope.
Have any of you ever been "snapped" by a pack of chewing gum?
Imagine being hit by a Category 4 hurricane on Christmas Eve.
Talk about a room with a view!
US seafood landings reached a 17-year high in 2011, thanks in part to rebuilding fish populations, and the value of landings also increased, according to a new report released today by NOAA.
How well do you know Kyle and Allen? They are known for being rather distant, and can be found in South Dakota.
Within a long-term ice age, individual pulses of cold climate are termed “glacial periods,” or alternatively "glacials" or "glaciations" (or colloquially as "ice age"), and intermittent warm perio
The Arctic Ocean’s vast, frozen expanse of ice is rapidly vanishing. Recently scientists reported a record shrinkage of the extent sea ice.