I put in a fair amount of work to the original site design back when MAD US Weather started in September 2010, but five years is a good run time for one design, so it is time to come up with a new one. The plan is to get a new design deployed before the […]
Storm chasers! Road travelers in general! Here is a “fun” game to play while on the road to pass the time maybe. Game credit/co-credit goes to Jason Foster. The goal of the game is simple: Listen to the entirety of Jessica by The Allman Brothers Band (the 7:28 full version… don’t give me none of […]
For years, the NWS snow forecast maps have been sometimes hard to find and inconsistent from WFO to WFO. I decided that it’s time for one web site that has links to ALL of the NWS snow forecast maps across the CONUS. I also displayed many of the Mid-Atlantic maps directly on the page for […]
Still around… just been very quiet with respect to what I normally post about on here. Winter forecast update will be coming later this month… waiting on a little more data before I get the final release out there. As a reminder, I am active on Twitter, so I recommend following that (@MADUSWX). I still […]
I have started to publish pictures and chase logs from my chasecation, and they can be found in the new Photo Gallery page: http://madusweather.com/photo-gallery/ Right now I only have 5/24 and 5/26 finished… the awesome day of 5/25 will take awhile to complete. I will be making updates periodically, so stay tuned.
A little over a month ago, my friend Ian Livingston (@islivingston) started a new project that focuses on the past, present and future of tornadoes in the United States. He has brought me on board as the tornado threat forecaster for the site (www.ustornadoes.com), where I will be posting 1-7 day tornado forecasts every Monday […]
I drew up a basic primer on how to read a Skew-T sounding. Click here or on the image to expand the image. There is so much that you can use a sounding for, and all of that information can be derived from the three basic plots: Temperature, dewpoint and wind. A great amount of […]