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  • Florida Declares State Of Emergency As Tropical Storm Erika Approaches

    08/28/2015 9:26:30 AM PDT · by Jed Eckert · 125 replies
    Fox Business ^ | August 28, 2015 | Claudia Assis
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared state of emergency Friday ahead of Tropical Storm Erika, currently drenching the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico and headed for the Dominican Republic. Erika, moving to the west-northwest at 17 miles per hour, is expected to gradually turn north as it approaches Florida Sunday evening,.....
  • Ignacio maintains strength as Category 1 hurricane, forecast to pass north of islands [Hawaii]

    08/28/2015 9:58:40 AM PDT · by Jyotishi
    Hawaii News Now ^ | Friday, August 28, 2015 | Ben Gutierrez
    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hurricane Ignacio has maintained its speed in the Central Pacific as its track takes the storm near the Hawaiian islands. The National Hurricane Center said at 5 a.m. Friday, Ignacio was located approximately 840 miles east-southeast ofHilo. . . . Ignacio could become a Category 3 hurricane by Friday. . . . If the storm remains organized it couldcome close to the Big Island Monday evening.. . .
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary August 22, 2015

    08/23/2015 9:25:50 AM PDT · by Excellence · 6 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | August 22, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Better late than never. Joe's been on vacation, so we're lucky to get what we get. Anyway, long talk on the three active tropical storms in the Atlantic and tropical Pacific. September overview.
  • A Calculator Just Whupped UN Supercomputers at Accurately Modeling Climate

    08/20/2015 9:06:28 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 16 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | 08/20/2015 | Charlie Martin
    Climate is complex.This is true both in the conventional “wow, this is hard to figure out!” sense, and in the technical sense that people mean when they talk about “complex systems theory.” It’s so sensitive to the initial assumptions that it’s never feasible to compute exactly how the system will behave. Sometimes this is called “sensitive dependence on initial conditions,” or SDIC.This is basically why we can’t predict if it will rain on Monday, yet we can confidently predict that it’ll be colder in Boulder in December than it was in July.The difference here is between what is exactly true,...
  • Super cold, slew of snow in Old Farmer's Almanac forecast

    08/15/2015 8:30:32 PM PDT · by PROCON · 53 replies
    AP ^ | Aug. 15, 2015 | KATHY McCORMACK
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- Just when you thought you had gotten over last winter, be warned: The Old Farmer's Almanac predicts it will be super cold with a slew of snow for much of the country, even in places that don't usually see too much of it, like the Pacific Northwest. If you don't want to read about those four-letter words, there's plenty more to peruse in the folksy, annual book of household tips, trends, recipes and articles, such as animal jealousy, the history of shoes and anticipation for the biggest Supermoon in decades in November 2016.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary August 15, 2015

    08/15/2015 2:11:47 PM PDT · by Excellence · 8 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | August 15, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Another very detailed explanation of the coming El Nio, and why this one won't be like '97-'98.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (8/15)

    08/15/2015 1:18:39 PM PDT · by LonePalm · 9 replies
    Weather Bell Analytics, LLC ^ | 8/15/2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Saturday Summary covering typhoon, short term weather, and the coming winter.
  • As El Nino grows, drought-stricken California braces for wild winter weather

    08/12/2015 5:36:52 PM PDT · by Brad from Tennessee · 35 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | August 12, 2015 | By Rong-Gong Lin II
    or months, scientists have been saying that the El Nio weather pattern this winter could finally put a dent in California's four-year drought. Given the stakes, there is likely going to be much focus Thursday when the latest El Nio forecast is released. The forecast is scheduled to be announced publicly at 6 a.m. PDT by the National Weather Services Climate Prediction Center. Officials are to hold a conference call at 9 a.m. to discuss it. Experts have said the evidence is growing stronger for a huge El Nio that would dump heavy -- perhaps historic -- rain in Southern...
  • Strongest El Nio since 1997 may trigger soaking winter storms

    08/12/2015 9:54:01 PM PDT · by Jack Hydrazine · 59 replies
    Ice Age Now ^ | 12AUG2015 | Robert Felix
    The trend is significantly increasing the chances that storms will drench California this winter, according to a new report released by federal scientists. They say conditions are lining up in ways not seen since the winter of 1997-98, when downpours filled reservoirs and sent rivers raging during the last major El Nio.The chances are now greater than 90 percent that El Nio conditions that began in March will remain through this winter, according to the monthly El Nio report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. http://www.mercurynews.com/drought/ci_28458401/california-drought-el-nino-weather-event-is-biggest Thanks to Marcus Muraca for this link. It is interesting to note the...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (8/8)

    08/08/2015 10:51:06 AM PDT · by Excellence · 8 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | August 8, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Short Saturday Summary covering typhoon, short term weather, and the coming winter.
  • Snowvember Storm Snow Pile Still Exists [Someone Alert Valerie & Company: Their Lies Are Apparent]

    08/03/2015 12:17:52 PM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 21 replies
    WGRZ ^ | 7/28/15 | Dave McKinley
    BUFFALO, NY - "It's not unprecedented, but it is weird when you think about it," said Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Patrick Hammer, when remarking on the snow piles that still exists near Central Terminal on the Queen City's east side. The snow was piled there following the "Snowvember" storm which occurred 8 months ago. Today, despite it being late July, two snow piles remain, although hidden in plain sight. That's because to anyone unfamiliar with their real composition, the snow piles looks more like a non-descript earthen berms.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary August 1, 2015

    08/01/2015 11:06:22 AM PDT · by Excellence · 17 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | August 1, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Rather lengthy explanation of the coming el nino, and how it will affect global temps.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary July 25, 2015

    07/25/2015 9:31:28 AM PDT · by Excellence · 18 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | July 25, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Free and open to the public, Joe Bastardi's analysis of upcoming winter, comparing the '97-'98 El Nino to this year's El Nino. Also short term weather, with particular focus on the system now parked on the east side of Florida.
  • Too Hot (Vanity)

    07/20/2015 11:32:45 AM PDT · by Mariner · 75 replies
    The Weatherman | July 20th, 2015 | Self
    Unusual Weather here in Sacramento.It's not even noon and it's 92deg with 50% humidity. Awful.The dewpoin t is 70.5deg.I don't know how folks east of the Mississippi are able to adjust to such weather, a common occurrence where they live.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary July 18, 2015

    07/18/2015 10:33:20 AM PDT · by Excellence · 10 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | July 18, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Good weather forecast for remainder of July, hint at August.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary July 11, 2015

    07/11/2015 6:17:15 PM PDT · by Excellence · 10 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | July 11, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Your weekly Joe Bastardi weather and climate rant!
  • Scientists Simulate the Space Environment During NASA's New Horizons Flyby

    07/10/2015 11:32:40 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 7 replies
    NASA ^ | 7/10/15
    Scientists Simulate the Space Environment During NASA's New Horizons Flyby Watch simulation here The black lines in this movie show clouds of solar material called coronal mass ejections or CMEs on their months-long journey from the sun to the outer reaches of the solar system. The simulation helps show what space environment NASA's New Horizons mission might experience during its flyby of Pluto on July 14, 2015. Credits: NASA\Odstricil When destined to stay close to Earth, spacecraft often must withstand the hazards of our space environment. They can be exposed to regular radiation showers from the sun and...
  • What the ____ is up with all the rain in the Midwest?

    07/09/2015 10:43:22 AM PDT · by Mad Dawgg · 116 replies
    7/9/2015 | Mad Dawgg
    We Ohioans tend to go on about the weather in the Buckeye State but dang man its rained like 3 weeks straight. I feel this is a bit excessive, and I knew it was getting serious when I couldn't buy lumber at any of the local Lowe's and Home Depots... Apparently some dewd named Noah has put in some big orders for building materials... There is also a rumor going around that some alien race is terraforming the Earth to support Merpeople... Also a mse once bit my sister...
  • Tropical System May Impact Hawaii From Thursday Into Saturday

    07/07/2015 1:09:24 PM PDT · by Jyotishi · 2 replies
    AccuWeather.com ^ | July 7, 2015 | Alex Sosnowski
    A budding tropical system may pass close enough to Hawaii to bring an uptick in gusty showers and thunderstorms as well as building seas late in the week. How significant these impacts become will depend on the track, strength and size of the system. Video - Tropical System Moving Toward Hawaii While there are several areas in the Eastern and Central Pacific that bear watching this week, one system in particular southeast of Hawaii is of the greatest concern. As of Tuesday morning, the most organized system is located about 1,300 miles east-southeast of the Big Island of Hawaii and...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (7/4)

    07/04/2015 10:51:36 AM PDT · by Excellence · 6 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | July 4, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    An explanation of the MaddenJulian oscillation and its relationship to tropical activity. Shift in sea surface temps bodes well for getting rid of the "ridiculously resilient ridge" off the west coast of the US/Canada.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary June 27, 2015

    06/27/2015 9:15:56 AM PDT · by Excellence · 8 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | June 27, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Really, really complicated talk on pressure systems, the dust coming off the west coast of Africa, the El Nińo, the JMO. It's more like a college lecture than a weather report. Indulge. Learn.
  • Mysterious Weather-Changing Machine Used For Secret Solstice

    06/24/2015 6:59:52 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 34 replies
    Reykjavk Grapevine ^ | Published June 23, 2015 | Paul Fontaine
    British scientists came to Iceland with a machine that reportedly keeps the weather temporarily sunny and dry, and it was used for the Secret Solstice festival. Vsir reports that this is actually the second year the scientists have come here with the express purpose of ensuring good weather at the festival. While it is unknown how the machine works, it allegedly changes the air pressure in an area for a limited time, thereby reducing the chances that clouds will gather. Jakob Frmann Magnsson, one of the organisers of Secret Solstice, would not comment in detail about what the device is...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary June 20, 2015

    06/20/2015 10:29:27 AM PDT · by Excellence · 8 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | June 20, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Must see, Joe goes into the implications of the crash of the Southern Oscillation Index and the Madden-Julian Oscillation. Rain and cooling in the mid-west, hell on Earth west of the Rockies.
  • A message from the Pope: Hey you, stop ignoring climate change

    06/18/2015 6:22:31 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    CNN two degrees ^ | June 18, 2015 | John D. Sutter, CNN
    (VIDEO-AT-LINK) You could be forgiven for thinking the reason the world isn't doing nearly enough to fight climate change is that the American Ostrich Politicians are holding us back. You know these guys: Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush. These AOPs have their heads stuck so far in the sand that they aren't willing to see that climate change is real, that we're largely causing it -- and that failing to act puts the entire world at serious risk. But when I read Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment and climate change, I was struck by his mention of a...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary June 13, 2015

    06/13/2015 1:58:23 PM PDT · by Excellence · 9 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | June 13,2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Joe is doing a remote from Madison Wisconsin, so it's short and all about the rain in Texas.
  • Twin Peaks Twin Lies

    06/13/2015 4:28:02 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 4 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 13, 2015 | Paul Driessen
    Editor's note: This column was co-authored by Tom Tamarkin.A recent NOAA article is just what Doctor Doom ordered. It claims the 18-year “hiatus” in rising planetary temperatures isn’t really happening. (The “pause” followed a 20-year modest temperature increase, which followed a prolonged cooling period.) The article states: “Here we present an updated global surface temperature analysis that reveals that global trends are higher than reported by the IPCC, especially in recent decades, and that the central estimate for the rate of warming during the first 15 years of the 21st century is at least as great as the last half...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary June 6, 2015

    06/06/2015 2:37:21 PM PDT · by Excellence · 11 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | June 6, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Joe Bastardi's take on weather and climate.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (5/30)

    05/30/2015 4:09:14 PM PDT · by Excellence · 12 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | May 30,2015 | Joe Bastardi
    The Seal Team 6 of weather. Joe and Ryan predicted summer weather, US government just now catching up. AGW drought in Texas now AGW flood. Good Grief. MJO gaining a lot of amplitude, confirming El Nino. Rainfall way above normal, but Texas drying out as the storms moves east. More cool weather in center of country, moving east.
  • Floods in Texas, Flood Mapping, Flood Dollars [never let a crisis go to waste]

    05/26/2015 11:36:48 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 16 replies
    Climate Lawyers ^ | May 25, 2015 | J. Wylie Donald
    Floods on the Rio Blanco these past few days demonstrate the link to climate change, but not in the way you think. It was a horrible Memorial Day weekend in Hays County, Texas. At least three people died from the worst flooding seen since 1922. The Rio Blanco crested at 43 feet, 30 feet over flood stage. Over 400 homes were destroyed and the interstate (I-35) was under water. The flood warning posted on the San Marcos, Texas website identifies the areas of evacuation. One area is that in the Blanco Vista neighborhood nearest to the river. Police officers and...
  • Bounce House Goes Airborne With Kids Inside

    05/25/2015 5:00:52 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 11 replies
    New York Post ^ | May 25, 2015 | Chris Perez
    A Memorial Day beach bash in Florida was shockingly cut short Monday when a waterspout made its way ashore and uprooted an inflatable bounce house, sending it and the kids playing inside soaring across a parking lot and into a roadway. Four children were injured, including one seriously, according to NBC Miami. They have all been rushed to a nearby hospital.
  • Climate, extreme weather top concerns at global weather congress

    05/25/2015 5:46:41 AM PDT · by Libloather · 29 replies
    Swiss Info ^ | 5/25/14 | John Heilprin
    Weather experts from around the world began convening in Geneva on Monday for a congress where Swiss Interior Minister Alain Berset emphasized the need to reduce the impact of natural disasters and climate change. Organizers of the congress, held by the World Meteorological Organization once every four years, say it will focus on how to strengthen weather and climate services to meet the needs of a growing global population and to cope with climate variability and change, extreme weather and related shocks on all socio-economic sectors. "To ensure sustainable development, the global community needs reliable information on the state of...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary May 23, 2015

    05/23/2015 10:47:06 AM PDT · by Excellence · 7 replies
    WeatherBELL Anaalytics ^ | May 23, 2105 | Joe Bastardi
    Joe Bastardi vs. 0bama disaster du jour.
  • DUTCH SEA LEVEL RISE EXPERT: MIAMI WILL BE "THE NEW ATLANTIS," A CITY IN THE SEA

    05/22/2015 3:49:39 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 48 replies
    Miami New Times ^ | 5/21/15 | Jessica Weis
    ...after Hurricane Sandy bared down on New York, killing over 150 people and wreaking $65 billion in damage, federal leaders cried for help to make the Northeast more flood-proof. Dutch expert Henk Ovink answered..... ... there's good cause to be worried when the Dutch expert says theres no place in worse shape today than Miami. Hes begun calling the city the new Atlantis, after the legendary and beautiful island subcontinent that was submerged by the sea in one night. If we look around the world and take into account sea level rise and the increase of water related disasters, among...
  • Lack of Hurricanes Attributed to Luck, Not Global Warming [What about Aliens?]

    05/16/2015 3:23:36 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 23 replies
    Front Page ^ | May 16, 2015 | Daniel Greenfield
    Heres how cynically anti-science the Warmunist lobby is. These people blame every single weather event, from earthquakes to winter storms, on Global Warming. Al Gore and others tried to claim that Global Warming was causing hurricanes. But the hurricanes werent showing up. Now the Warmunists could have attributed the pause to Global Warming. Were talking about people who claim the rise of ISIS is caused by Global Warming. They clearly dont have a problem attributing everything to the Warming Devil. But what scientific explanation is being credited for the pause? Luck. In a stroke of luck, no major hurricanes rated...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary May 16, 2015

    05/16/2015 10:19:54 AM PDT · by Excellence · 13 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics LLC ^ | May 16, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Short term forecast.Long explanation of current and future drought. The effect of oncoming El Nino on rain in California.
  • El Nino Delivers Drought-Busting but Flooding Rain to Texas; California May be Next

    05/15/2015 10:59:42 AM PDT · by Brad from Tennessee · 27 replies
    AccuWeather ^ | May 15, 2015 | By Alex Sosnowski
    An El Nio pattern has been contributing to drought-busting rain in Texas and the southern Plains. California may be next up for much-needed rain during the winter of 2015-16. El Nio, which began during the past winter, occurs when ocean water temperatures climb above normal across the central and eastern Pacific, centered around the equator. According to AccuWeather Meteorologist Ben Noll, along with impacting weather patterns around the globe, an El Nio tends to bring significant rain to the southern part of the United States. "The pattern of El Nio strengthens the southern storm track across the U.S., especially during...
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary (5/9)

    05/09/2015 12:13:21 PM PDT · by Excellence · 20 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | May 9, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Hurricane outlook for summer. El Nino a "full blown" event, but no "super" El Nino. Global ice almost a full standard deviation above the mean.
  • New Cold Climate to Devastate Global Agriculture within Ten Years

    05/03/2015 9:55:53 AM PDT · by citizen · 168 replies
    Space and Science Research Corporation ^ | April 30, 2015 | John L. Casey
    The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) announces today that the predicted new cold climate will soon begin to end the historic era of growth in US and global agricultural output that began after the end of World War II. Specifically, as a result of recent events on the Sun and changes in the Earth's climate, the SSRC again warns that record crop yields and volume in the US and Canadian corn, wheat, and soybean belts are about to end. The SSRC expects the first substantial damage could be observed at any time but certainly within the next ten years....
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary May 2, 2015

    05/02/2015 1:50:29 PM PDT · by Excellence · 10 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | May 2, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Another "Garden of Eden" summer for Texas and the plains states.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary April 25, 2015

    04/25/2015 1:29:04 PM PDT · by Excellence · 20 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | April 25, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Near-term forecast and discussion of coming El Nino.
  • Advection: The Forgotten Weather Factor.

    04/24/2015 6:48:03 AM PDT · by all the best · 5 replies
    drtimball.com ^ | April 16, 2015 | Dr. Tim Ball
    The early Greeks had a better, more basic understanding of weather and climate than the people involved in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Indeed, the word climate derives from the Greek word klima, meaning inclination, referring to the climate conditions created by the angle of the Sun. They paid great attention to the wind, realizing its role in creating local, regional and seasonal conditions. They even erected a tower to the wind in Athens (Figure 1) with sculptures representing each major compass direction. The Greeks focused on the more important horizontal movement of air, technically called advection or...
  • Chinese hack U.S. weather systems, satellite network

    11/12/2014 1:08:46 PM PST · by Kartographer · 50 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 11/12/14 | Mary Pat Flaherty, Jason Samenow and Lisa Rein
    Hackers from China breached the federal weather network recently, forcing cybersecurity teams to seal off data vital to disaster planning, aviation, shipping and scores of other crucial uses, officials said. The intrusion occurred in late September but officials gave no indication that they had a problem until Oct. 20, according to three people familiar with the hack and the subsequent reaction by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA, which includes the National Weather Service. Even then, NOAA did not say its systems were compromised.
  • Obama Warns: 'No Greater Threat to Our Planet Than Climate Change'

    04/19/2015 1:21:25 PM PDT · by QT3.14 · 67 replies
    Truth Revolt ^ | April 18, 2015 | Trey Sanchez
    In Saturday's weekly address, President Obama declared 2014 the "warmest year on record" and because of that, he furthered, "climate change can no longer be denied -- or ignored." "This winter was cold in parts of our country -- as some folks in Congress like to point out -- but around the world, it was the warmest ever recorded," Obama said. The result, he continued: stronger storms, deeper droughts, and longer wildfire seasons. And with a nod back to his recent statements about how climate change caused his daughter's asthma, Obama warned that the air kids breathe is dangerous.
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary April 18, 2015

    04/18/2015 6:20:02 PM PDT · by Excellence · 7 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | April 18, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Joe Bastardi weather forecast and rant!
  • 'Isis' removed from listing of hurricane names

    04/18/2015 6:07:44 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 16 replies
    ...'Isis' has been taken off from the formal checklist of names of foreseeable future hurricanes as it was now considered inappropriate mainly because of the eponymous militant group....
  • Northeast Has Snowiest Winter Since 1717

    04/14/2015 11:31:14 AM PDT · by QT3.14 · 39 replies
    Pirates Cove ^ | April 13, 2015
    A report from the Overheated Planet (Daily Caller) This past winter broke tons of low temperature records across the eastern seaboard, but would you have guessed the Northeast just had the snowiest winter since the Little Ice Age? Looking back through accounts of big snows in New England by the late weather historian David Ludlum, it appears for the eastern areas, this winters snowblitz may have delivered the most snow since perhaps 1717, wrote seasoned meteorologist Joe DAleo with Weatherbell Analytics.
  • Photographer recalls covering the Palm Sunday tornadoes (50th anniv & Live tweets)

    04/12/2015 9:44:21 AM PDT · by Whenifhow · 7 replies
    Wane ^ | April 11 2015 | Sara Wagner
    This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Palm Sunday tornadoes that tore through the Midwest. The National Weather Service recorded 47 tornadoes between April 11th and April 12th, 1965. 261 people died, making it the third deadliest outbreak on record. These details of the storm are something Carl Hartup witnessed first-hand. He worked as chief photographer for the News-Sentinel for 37 years. One can see a lot in a career that spans nearly forty years. snip I took a corn stalk that was driven into a concrete block. The power of a tornado is just unbelievable, Hartup said....
  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary April 11, 2015

    04/11/2015 6:20:41 PM PDT · by Excellence · 12 replies
    WeatherBELL Analytics ^ | April 11, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Joe Bastardi's forecast and ever elucidating rant.
  • TORNADO WATCH 41 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1100 PM CDT FOR (N IL, SE WI)

    04/09/2015 11:54:53 AM PDT · by UB355 · 11 replies
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  • Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary March 28, 2015

    03/28/2015 8:41:57 AM PDT · by Excellence · 12 replies
    Weatherbell Analytics ^ | March 28, 2015 | Joe Bastardi
    Weather for Easter weekend and coming weak El Nio.