Posts tagged weather.
Yesterday I gave a forecast concerning the tornadic potential for Texas. In it I said that if it were not for the high LCL’s the environment is incredibly primed for tornadoes. I was dead wrong as the moisture return was greater than I had called for and the surface temps stayed low enough to…
Exactly! There is never such a thing as “just a slight risk!” The EF-3 Suffolk Tornado and the Hampton Tornado both occurred on slight risk days too!
I’m a security officer and work in a big office building. One night we received a tornado warning so I then evacuated the 85 employees that were still there down to the shelter. I then patrolled all three floors to look for anyone who may have not heard the evacuation announcement. I found one guy in his office who refused to leave stating “Those procedures are for hourly employees and I am busy so please shut my door.” I made two more attempts to get him to the shelter, letting him know that if hes not following procedure that he’s free to go home as I can’t legally hold him in the building however I let him know that should he choose to stay he must follow company procedures regardless of payroll status. He told me to get off my power trip and get out of his face. I went down to the shelter mere seconds before the roof was starting to cave in. When it was all done, I went up to check on him and he fallen to the floor and his desk was laying on top of his cold quivering wet body. He had the balls to then ask me for help.
This is kinda awesome haha
THEY FOREVER LYING!!!! #WEATHER #Weatherman #Forcast #News #TodaysForecast
OOOOH oh shit dawg yeah we are forever lying!. Also, you spelt forecast wrong and your caption doesn’t make any sense…
Hmmm, wonder where the cut off low could be located at…?
6 months ago today Hurricane Sandy transitioned to an post-tropical cyclone and slammed the northeast coast with wind, rain, and a devastating storm surge. Due to Sandy’s massive size (largest storm on record in the Atlantic basin), massive storm surge was pushed up into NYC Harbor and into the NJ coastline. Many people drowned in their houses as the water rose, simply because they ignored evacuation orders… 37% of the deaths during Sandy were from drowning. 19% were from falling trees. ..
Was elected President of UNCC’s meteorology club, S.T.O.R.M, for next school year this afternoon. Looking forward to doing big things!
Finally get to use this graphic in my weekly weather forecast tomorrow. UNCC will hold it’s first ever spring Green vs. White football game in our new stadium. Weather looks good!
oh sexy sky