All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Meteorology’

Leonid Meteor Shower Expected This Weekend

The long awaited annual mid-November Leonid meteor shower will peak this weekend. The only problem is that the full moon’s glare may obstruct the annual celestial show. Assuming that the skies are clear during the peak viewing times, which will be just before the dawn on Sunday morning, you might just see Leonid streaks as well as a comet called …

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Weather Underground Moving Under The Weather Channel Umbrella

Popular weather data site Weather Underground is bring acquired by the best-known weather news source in the U.S., The Weather Channel Companies. Although the specifics of the acquisition have yet to be released, we’ll known pretty soon as they expect the deal to close in several weeks. WU has been around for 17 years, having been founded by meteorologist and …

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Groundhog’s Day: Twitter Reacts

So we see the shadow 6 more weeks of winter, we don’t see the shadow Spring’s around the corner. Thanks, groundhog, you’re totally reliable. If you actually believe Phil the groundhog can predict weather, go to The and learn how weather works. He’s just an animal, but apparently hundreds of people still want to gather together at Gobblers Knob …

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