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Weather Update

The first update in quite some time, I trust everyone had a good Christmas and New Years. We are now into 2010, a year which has received much hype in South Africa due to the FIFA World Cup which will be taking place in about 6 months.…

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Welcome to Hurricane Season 2010

And June is upon us again, and for those of us who track hurricanes this means one thing… TRACKING TIME! The 1st June marks the official opening of the Atlantic hurricane season, and while tropical cyclonic storms are present in various areas of the world throughout the year, the Atlantic storms are the ones with the most media attention, as these are the storms that impact the United States.…

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How Hail is Formed

The process of how hail is formed is not an unusual one. The easiest way to think of it, is to think of the sky as a vertical gradient which gets colder as you ascend (though this is not always the case if there is an inversion), but let us assume for this example that the air gets colder the higher you go.…

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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography
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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography

One of the few women specializing in the field of storm photography, Caryn Hill has spent 11+ years honing the skills necessary to capture nature’s most breathtaking displays. Her storm chasing travels take her from the south, starting in Texas and go as far north to the provinces of Canada, east to Iowa and west to Montana to Colorado. …

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