During the creation of this new blog, I wanted to create a connection to everyone that has watched storms since they were two years old and to those who may be affected by the natural disasters that may move near you. This blog will be mainly focused on the Tropics as they come alive from June to November each year. I will also be posting forecasts for the southeastern United States, and across America when the weather threatens.
I hope to create an educational experience for both you and I as we go along in this journey. I will be posting weather facts, trivia, preparedness tips, and weather jargon to know in the top right corner of the home page as much as I can. I also want to invite you all to ask me questions and add comments on any blog post or tweet that I make. I want to make this a no embarrassment stage where you all can voice your concerns to me and your fellow community. I do reserve the right to delete your comments if they are in bad faith, but I hope that I do not have to do that.
During the summer I will try to post at least every other day as I can, or more if a storm is brewing. I will be tweeting in between posts with smaller updates when they are needed. I am a grad student with a full course load, and I am working with the National Weather Association, and thus I am quite busy, but I will attempt to make the utmost effort to keep this adventure alive. I am also a meteorologist on the FSU Weather Show and I will be posting videos from the show to take up some of the lost time. I have set up an RSS feed as well as a connection to my twitter that can be found at the top right of the home page so that you will know as soon as I post something new.
If there is ever anything that you think I should feature during this journey, please let me know! I will make the utmost effort to feature what you all want to read.
Please be engaged whenever you can, and I will be driven to make quick replies as soon as I can. I am glad to be on this journey with you all.