A preliminary overview of at least 16 tornadoes that struck parts of northern and eastern Texas on May 15, 2013.
Posts by Matt Daniel
Severe storms struck in north and east Texas yesterday. At least 6 dead with over a hundred injuries in the town of Granbury. Mile-wide tornado north of Vista.
It’s not uncommon to see pockets of unusually cold air in a warming world. Why? Because weather does not equal climate.
Temperatures have been well below average for the Southeast United States for the first half of May 2013. Here’s why.
University of Georgia researchers used a Facebook page to determine the trajectories of tornado debris.
CSU is forecasting an active 2013 hurricane season with a high probability for a major hurricane to affect the U.S. coast.
Severe weather appears likely today and into Thursday across parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and north Texas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes.
Significant storm system sweeping across U.S. will bring winter back to Northern Plains and Rocky Mountains. and severe weather in Central Plains and U.S. Southeast.
We never hear of an official tornado or severe weather outlook for the United States. Here’s why it would be tricky to create one.
The wind map updates every hour and can let you see the movement, flow, and speeds of wind across the United States. Go see it! It’s great!