03/15/2019, 11:18 am EDT

Explaining High Wind Events Across The Central U.S.

From Kansas to Indiana 8-9 seperate days of wind gusts exceeding 40 mph have occurred since February 1st. Included are wind gusts exceeding 70 mph (in non-tornado events). A much stronger than normal jet stream is contibuting to this regime which continues into April.
03/12/2019, 10:31 am EDT

Soaking Wet U.S. Soils Leads To Immense Spring Flood Risk

U.S. flood risk is increasing steadily due to historic wet soil moisture, heavy precipitation events and snowmelt. Worsening flood conditions evolve during spring.
03/09/2019, 9:09 am EST

Another Severe Weather Outbreak

Another severe weather event is unfolding in the Mid-South U.S. This one will not be as violent as observed in Alabama earlier this week but still packs a punch. Tornadoes are likely today in Arkansas to Tennessee to Mississippi.
03/07/2019, 1:22 pm EST

Wettest Winter on Record in U.S.

The U.S. has just observed the wettest meteorological winter in the 1895-2019 period of record. Partially to blame is historic warmer than normal oceans.