The tropics are heating up with several names storms on either side of the U.S. But will any of these bring a significant impact to land?
We haven’t been talking about the tropics a lot so far this year. But is it unusual to be quiet through mid-August? We take a closer look.
Every year multiple forecasting outlets provide a forecast for the upcoming hurricane season. It’s something to talk about, but is it something to bank on?
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook October is not a time for the tropics to go to bed. Some of the largest hurricanes and most destructive storms have formed in the 10th month, and […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Bob right before landfall on August 19th, 1991. Source: NOAA It was this time 23 years ago that we were picking up the pieces from a hurricane, and […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Even though we’ve had damaging and memorable (if not infamous) storms like Irene, Sandy, and Issac in the past few years – the truth of the matter is […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Oh let me count the ways of how glorious our weather has been lately. It’s rained just once in the past 19 days, for starters…and it was at […]
I know there are plenty of people who just love the hazy, hot, and humid weather of summer. But if you’re one of those looking for a little less humidity to deal with, then you’re […]