Tag Archives: winter

Bomb Cyclone: Extreme Weather Events

“‘Bomb cyclone’ blasting East Coast before polar vortex uncorks tremendous cold late this week.  The most severe winter weather yet will assault the area late this week.” — washingtonpost.com (January 3, 2018) The bomb cyclone blizzard was a 1,000 mile wide Nor’easter classified as a “bomb cyclone” because of its sharp drop in atmospheric pressure. […]

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Christmas Creations

Christmas Creations is an original album of holiday music created for the 2017 season. Please listen to this “Merry Christmas!” Here’s wishing you a very merry Christmas Clearly, a very merry Christmas Winter solstice bliss “Merry Christmas!” Here’s wishing you a very merry Christmas Hold dearly this very merry Christmas In the tale Peace will […]

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Graupel

Recently, parts of Pennsylvania witnessed graupel. Graupel is not snow, nor is it hail. Wikipedia defines graupel as: Graupel (German pronunciation: [ˈɡʁaʊpɛl]; English /ˈɡraʊpəl/, also called soft hail or snow pellets) is precipitation that forms when supercooled droplets of water are collected and freeze on a falling snowflake, forming a 2–5 mm (0.079–0.197 in) ball […]

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Foraging For Food in the Winter

Winter foraging can be one of the toughest challenges; however, if you do a little preparation in the fall, the buried treasures will yield healthy results. Find out more from the Guide To Edible Plants’ Foraging for Food in the Winter. Chives, Garlic Greens, Mint, Carrot Greens, Parsley Winter-Food-Foraging-Mint-Parsley-Garlic-West-Chester-Pennsylvania.mp4 scavenging-for-scallions-foraging-for-food.mp4

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Rocky Mountain Snow

In time for the 2012 winter solstice, a storm dropped snow over most of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. On December 20, the National Weather Service reported snow depths exceeding 100 centimeters (39 inches) in some places—the result of the recent snowfall plus accumulation from earlier storms. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) […]

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Volatile Weather

“the GOES-13 satellite, captures the massive winter storm currently affecting much of the United States” — National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

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