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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

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.

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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2015-05-01 Red Snow:

Hi Stephen    Red snow is caused by algae in the snow. It can be in different colors. The cause is the right chemistry along with the right temperatures to have this phenomenon. Also, red dust can also

2015-04-29 Blizzard swath:

Hi JD    There are two types of blizzards. One being a "ground blizzard" where the source of snow is previously fallen and being blown around by gale force winds of 35 mph or more with visibilities less

2015-04-22 Hurricane clean up:

Hi Amy    From a hurricane? None.    However, clean up after a hurricane has passed would be restoration of power, cable and telephone service. Additionally, some houses may need cellars pumped and tree

2015-04-17 Hurricanes:

Hi Anthea    If on land but near the ocean, head inland; if on the water in a boat, head for shore or away from the storm. If you can go indoors and the structure is strong, choose that and stay away from

2015-03-29 cloud seeding:

Hi Milo    Cloud seeding is only a viable method for producing precipitation in local areas, i.e, county wide.    Secondly, you need clouds to seed which have been lacking in California.    For more info

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