Capital Weather Gang

I've contributed more than a dozen articles to the Capital Weather Gang since July 2013, covering topics from analyzing the effects of deadly typhoons to addressing the growing fervor over snow days called by districts in the Washington D.C. region.

Below is a full list of articles I've written for the Capital Weather Gang to date.

  1. July 25, 2013: Storms flying under the radar: when radar gaps and down time turn dangerous
  2. August 2, 2013: Are violent tornadoes becoming more common?
  3. August 16, 2013: Weather control conspiracy theories: scientifically unjustifiable
  4. August 26, 2013: Praying for rain: the intersection of religion and weather
  5. September 13, 2013: Five years later, Hurricane Ike still remembered deep in the hearts of Texans
  6. October 8, 2013: AccuWeather's 45-day forecast fails to impress in multi-city test
  7. October 17, 2013: Report: Western wildfires growing more intense, insurers deeply concerned
  8. October 28, 2013: Did Hurricane Sandy live up to the media hype? Yes, and then some...
  9. November 11, 2013: Why so many people died from Haiyan and other southeast Asia typhoons
  10. December 13, 2013: 136 below: Shockingly low temperature report from Antarctica, but not a record
  11. December 23, 2013: The 5 top U.S. weather stories of 2013
  12. March 6, 2014El NiƱo watch posted: May portend fewer Atlantic hurricanes and beneficial California rains
  13. March 10, 2014: The future of WeatherNation: Interview with president Michael Norton
  14. April 8, 2014: A "once-in-a-lifetime" sky: Sundog in a distrail
  15. April 18, 2014Snow days on the rise? A detailed look at every major D.C. area school district
  16. July 22, 2015U.S. radars have come a long way, but gaps in coverage remain a big risk