Monthly Archives: February 2014

LOTRW book signing today, Tuesday. Hope to see you there.

Living on the Real World: How Thinking and Acting Like Meteorologists Will Help Save the Planet is available for sale here at the AMS Annual Meeting. This morning, I’ll be joining Lourdes Avila, author of Taken by Storm, 1938: A Social … Continue reading

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More Talk: on Weather-Ready Nation(s), Real-World Living, and Responsibility

“I’m a boat owner, and I’ve learned that whenever something goes wrong on the boat, it’s my fault.” – J. Michael Hall Being AMS President confers few perks, but one of them is selecting a theme for the Annual Meeting. … Continue reading

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So long as we’re already talking about the weather…

One of the risks in writing a blog as an adjunct to your day job is that occasionally you get tired or hurried and you leave out stuff. Stuff that matters. The previous post is a good example. All yesterday, … Continue reading

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What We Talk About When We Talk About the Weather…

Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.[1] Several years ago, the American Meteorological Society held its Annual Meeting in San Antonio – concurrently, as it happened, with a major ice storm. In fact, the ice  storm … Continue reading

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