Capital Weather Gang

I've contributed more than a dozen articles to The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang since July 2013, covering topics from the effects a deadly typhoon to addressing the curiosity over snow days called by school districts in the Washington D.C. area.

Below is a full list of articles I've written for the Capital Weather Gang.
March 7, 2019:

*This article appeared on pages B1 and B2 of the print copy of The Washington Post on March 12, 2019

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