Hey everyone,

I’m back after a 1+ month hiatus and ready to get blogging again. Now is a perfect time to start, with perhaps an historic blizzard taking shape over middle New England Friday and Saturday. I am currently working on a post on the details of this system and what it might mean for those in its path. Stay tuned.

Meteorologist Mack


Hey Everyone,

I have been on a bit of a hiatus, but I am back for this major winter storm impacting the center of the country. I am currently working on an extended post about the storm and precautions you should take. Stay tuned. I’ll have it up by early evening.

Meteorologist Mack

Very interesting post on the effects of Sandy.


When Superstorm Sandy pummeled Fire Island, a popular vacation spot a couple hours’ drive from New York City, as much as 80 percent of the island’s homes were flooded, prompting Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to declare it “devastated.” But in addition to this recent ruin, the hurricane also unearthed wreckage from a different era. The skeleton of a shipwrecked schooner was discovered on a Fire Island beach after the storm left it exposed, OurAmazingPlanet reported.

The ravaged vessel was discovered about four miles east of Davis Park, along the Fire Island National Seashore. The National Park Service believes the four-masted vessel is the Bessie White, lost at sea about a mile west of Smith’s Point during heavy fog in 1919 or 1920, according to OurAmazingPlanet. Its crew escaped on two boats, and although one capsized, the entire crew—as well as the ship’s cat—was able to…

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