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QuikSCAT's Replacement, the RapidScat Ocean Wind Sensor, Installed on Space Station

Dr. Jeff Masters, September 30, 2014

Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground

A QuikSCAT replacement called ISS-RapidScat was successfully launched on September 20, 2014 on a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, which docked last week with the International Space Station (ISS.) This morning, astronauts on the ISS used the station's robotic arm to pluck RapidScat out of the Dragon and install it on the Space Station. RapidScat will measure near-surface winds over the ocean.

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Another Record Rainfall in Southern France

Christopher C. Burt, September 30, 2014

Weather Historian, Weather Underground

It is hard to believe that another rainstorm of equal intensity to that which I blogged about just 11 days ago has again struck the Languedoc Region of Southern France. This time the focus of the storm was centered over the city of Montpellier, Herault District, near the Mediterranean Coast.

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Sitting in a Lightning Storm with 60,000 of My Closest Friends.......

Dr. Marshall Shepherd, September 30, 2014

2013 President, American Meteorological Society
Director of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. of Georgia

This is a great time of year for me because I love college football. Go Noles. Go Dawgs (and in that order). I can't help but notice that it seems that more games have been delayed this year due to w...

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5 Fall Fishing Lure Favorites!

Jim Root, September 29, 2014

Professional Bass Angler

These 5 fall baits will turn your trips from ordinary into epic!

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INVEST 97L NO THREAT TO US

Steve Gregory, September 29, 2014

Sr. Forecaster/Risk Analysis, Weather Intel Services

Sub-tropical Low West of Bermuda will be moving WNW but then re-curve North/Northeast with no significant impact expected on the US mainland.

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Just What Is the New York Climate Summit?

Dr. Ricky Rood, September 24, 2014

Professor, University of Michigan

By all accounts the People’s Climate March in New York stands as a great success. I see in the comments a few of you made it to the march. If you send me links to your blogs I will post them here – or, guest blog with photos? I also heard a report of a raucous good time in Oakland, CA.

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Houston Conference Postponed

Portlight, September 8, 2014

Disaster Relief Organization

Disastrous: Left Behind is a new project of Portlight Strategies, utilizing both amateur photography and professional photojournalism to document the failures of non-inclusive disaster planning and its effects.

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Approach of the Climatological Fall

Zachary Labe, August 20, 2014

Northeast Weather Analyst

Seasonable weather will continue and finish off the climatological summer.

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