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On Meteorology Day

The weather and the forecasting of it was a major interest of my late friend Doug. When he was much younger, he worked part time for the National Weather Service in Norfolk, Nebraska. His weather station gig was something he … Continue reading

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Is It Hot Enough For You?

During extreme weather, we have a couple of idiomatic greetings to use in place of, “How are you?”. In the winter, there’s, “Is it cold enough for you?” In the summer we have, “Is it hot enough for you?” This … Continue reading

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1980’s Night Of The Twisters

I initially thought the evening of June 3, 1980 would be yet another nondescript hot and muggy one in Nebraska.  In fact the temperatures across the state had been close to 90 degrees Fahrenheit that afternoon.  The relative humidity was a … Continue reading

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Weatherpersons’ Day

The June Saturday afternoon started with a slow-paced routine.  Weekends in the 1990s at the radio station were quite laid back.  I had settled in to spin some country music and satisfy some song requests. I had noticed that the … Continue reading

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