My work featured in The Arizona Republic

Some of the work done by myself and surfacestations.org volunteer, Warren Meyer, was featured in an article today in “The Arizona Republic” titled Skeptics raise doubts on global warming. They missed a great chance though to publish the photo of the University of Arizona, Tucson, USHCN climate station of record sited in the middle of a…

Taurid Meteors tonight

Remember this one on video? The Jackson Lake Fireball of 1972 Since we’ll have a clear evening here in Northern California, I thought I’d mention this. The annual Northern Taurid meteor shower caused by Comet Encke is underway. Although Taurid meteor rates are normally low, only about five meteors per hour, those five can be…

Surfacestations.org News

California nearing completion for USHCN surveys. There are a number of surveys in the que that will soon be online, bringing California’s USHCN network to within half a dozen (or less) remaining to be completed. Watch for an update soon. B44 forms – Thanks to former California State Climatologist Jim Goodridge, we now have every…