Perspective

UCAR Magazine
April 02, 2010
The downpours of March suggest that the most noteworthy aspect of the Northeast’s winter was the intense precipitation rather than unusually cold air.
UCAR Magazine
February 25, 2010
Like a cat toying with its prey, an intense area of low pressure took swipes at New England and the mid-Atlantic.
UCAR Magazine
February 08, 2010
Residents of the mid-Atlantic can be forgiven if they’re craving a bit of calm. The weekend of 5–6 February brought what’s been variously dubbed Snowpocalypse II, Snowmageddon, Snowtastrophe, and the Superbowl Superstorm.
UCAR Magazine
January 27, 2010
Even with modern observational equipment, birds can still be useful in sensing the boundary layer—the region of the atmosphere closest to the surface.
Extent of snow cover on 14 January
January 15, 2010
Even if the onslaught paled next to great winter outbreaks of the past, it was impressively persistent across some influential areas, including southeast England and the U.S. mid-Atlantic.
UCAR Magazine
January 15, 2010
Clearly, the end of the Copenhagen conference isn’t the end of work on climate change—though, with regards to Winston Churchill, it might be the end of the beginning.

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