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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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2016-05-22 Cloud color:

Hi Raelynne    Snow clouds are brighter because snow is white. Thunderstorm clouds are darker because of the greater thickness due to the overall height of the cloud.    For more info, see:    http://www

2016-05-17 Wind speeds for Boston Trend:

Hi Carl    I think that the last few years that has been true; but, I don't have direct info on that:    https://weatherspark.com/averages/29794/Boston-Massachusetts-United-States    http://www.johnhancock

2016-05-12 Severe weather stats on death:

Hi Rena    Very little info for the most recent 2004+ but:    See if these help:    http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/hazstats.shtml    http://www-das.uwyo.edu/~geerts/cwx/notes/chap03/nat_hazard.html    http://earthquake

2016-05-06 Wind at different altitudes:

Hi George    Using:    https://www.aviationweather.gov/adds/winds    and looking at "FL36" in the scroll down box "SFC" to the left, you will find winds at the 36 thousand foot level.    So, the answer

2016-04-26 Cornstarch clouds:

Hi Terry    I would think not,but, I'm not an expert on "cornstarch" clouds. With that said, take a look at:    http://www.dustexplosion.info/dust%20explosions%20-%20the%20basics.htm    http://www.dustexplosion

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