Have you ever thought about what it is like at the outer cusp of our solar system? It is so incredibly far away and hard to diagnose. However new measurements
By now you have probably heard that there is a chance of a little snow from Friday night into the weekend, which is October 11th
If if you ever want to feel small, just look at some of the incredible images that come to us from NASA. They reflect the
The trees are turning color and the turning of the seasons will not be far behind. Whether you enjoy the onset of colder weather or
In looking back at meteorological summer (June through August), Wisconsin had a relatively cool one.
The rain gauges have really been filling up this month in the Wausau area and most of Wisconsin for that matter.
You know that the “climate change” (anthropogenic global warming, or AGW) headlines are getting over-the-top when the head of the World Meteorological Organization has to come out and say that it is not “the end of the world” and that people should stop making such extreme statements.
Carbon monoxide of course is one of the byproducts of fires. It has implications in terms of climate change and air pollution among others. It’s important that we are able to observe it and track its movements with some precision in the atmosphere.
August began rather summer-like in the Wausau area with highs well into the 80s and ample thunderstorms.
My grandparents often mentioned how there was so much snow and cold “back in the day”. You might recall your own older wiser elders telling