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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.

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

David Moran

U.S.
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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.

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2015-08-21 Pressure:

Hi Dylan    I think the better way for me to answer these questions is with the following:    http://www.preservearticles.com/2011111217136/notes-on-the-vertical-structure-of

2015-08-18 Thunderstorm query:

Sounds like it was a stratus cloud, and you usuially get those when the lifting ahead of the front is relatively shallow. If it was, you typically won't see any anvils or towers. As for the thunder and

2015-08-18 Pressure Systems:

Hi Dylan    ****= answer    High Pressure System.    1) Air at the centre of the HP system blows outward to low pressure.    **** It blows outwards and if a low pressure is near by the air will go into

2015-08-13 air pressure:

Hi William    It's neither. This type of shower/thunderstorm is caused by differential heating of the land versus the ocean which causes an updraft into cooler air which then creates the cumulonimbus cloud

2015-08-10 Am I stupid and am I wrong about this?:

Hi Kelsey,    You are correct. The ocean water needs to be at least 80 degrees Fahrenheit. What essentially happens is when the hurricane comes into contact with warm water, it ingests and evaporates the

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