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Donald Rosenfeld

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Any questions (except private) answered from the 1st grade level on up pertaining to any aspect of Weather. I am a 20 year member of the American Meteorological society and a long time forecaster of eastern United States snow storms and Hurricanes.

David Moran

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I can answer questions about radar and large scale meteorology. If a question looks like homework, I won't answer it.

Harry Hayfield

U.K.
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If given any US zipcode I can give you a forecast (detailed for the next 24 hours and summarised for the next five to ten days) and explain what precisely is likely to happen

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2014-12-15 Relative Humidity:

Hi Barbara    Wearing the same clothes, with the same air temperature, wind speed and humidity the feeling will be exactly the same.    Vary any of those three variables and the evaporational cooling of

2014-12-08 Snow:

Hi Austin    A storm with enough moisture that has uplift in air-flow will cause precipitation.    When it's at or below 32 degrees any precipitation falling may be snow if the upper atmosphere is cold

2014-11-26 Rainbow cloud formation- Irisation:

Hi Brian    Probably the engine settings changed at that moment increasing the drop-size of moisture in the exhaust.    However, you should look at the following for more info:    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~zhuxj/astro/html/irisation

2014-11-14 Correlation between snowfall and outdoor temperature:

Hi Matthew    There is a local transfer of coldness through falling rainfall to the surface but advective forces and local climatological influences would far outweigh the rain/temp transfer.    As to

2014-11-13 Question: Snowflakes:

Hi Ashley, Snowflakes usually form in the Dendritic Growth Zone, which is a layer of air with temperatures between -12 and -16C. Some books will say that the Relative Humidity in that zone must be at

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