Weather Around The World This Week: Pick Your Poison

Category five tropical cyclone Ita as it approached Australia. Satellite photo courtesy of NOAA

Snow, Rain, Heat, Cold, Drought, Wind, and a disappearing moon. This week’s weather had it all. Is there more in store?

Good Moon Risin’ – Red Moon At Night, Everyone’s Delight


Tonight’s full moon will look red during its total eclipse. Most in North America will be able to see the ‘Blood moon,’ if they look around 3:00 AM, EDT. It will be worth it.

Winter Storms A to Z: Zephyr To Dump A Foot Of Snow in Colorado And Wyoming

The National Weather Service forecast for 2 p.m. Sunday. Snow in Colorado; severe weather in Texas and Arkansas. Image courtesy NOAA

We’ve reached the end of the alphabet and the winter storm season. Zephyr will cause a wide variety of both winter- and spring-type stormy weather from the Rocky Mountains to the east coast.

Weather Around The World: Activity In Both Hemispheres

Precipitation forecast for the next week: no rain for drought-stricken west; thunderstorms in the Mississippi Valley. Forecast courtesy of NOAA

Winter, with its cold and snow, departs the northern hemisphere. But what will take its place? Will 2014 be an El Niño year?

Weather In The Southern Hemisphere: Spinning The Wrong Way And Other Differences


The search for MH370 has focused attention on the weather in a part of the southern hemisphere. You might think the hemispheres are symmetrical, weatherwise, but they’re not.