Greetings everyone! I hope everyone is doing well. The tropical Atlantic is very busy after a very quiet start to the 2022 hurricane season. Front and center as of this post is Ian which is forecast to intensify into a hurricane, make landfall in Cuba, and then somewhere on the Florida, USA coast as a very strong hurricane. This week, I’ll continue with helpful infographics on preparing an emergency kit that will be helpful in any tropical storm or hurricane scenario as well as an infographic cautioning you to the hazards and dangers of using unofficial sources for weather information. As usual, there are many other essential and important reads to review on climate, weather, and other science related topics, so let’s get started.
- The new James Webb Space Telescope has captured the most amazing view of Neptune and its rings in decades.
- The conditions on other planets in our solar system never ceases to amaze us. Here’s a look at how wind affects the geology on the planet Mars.
- Adaptation is key to a healthier future. “A cleaner future for flight — aviation needs a radical redesign.”
- Thirty-five years ago this month, the Montreal Protocal came into being. Since then, it has quietly helped us from living in conditions that would have warmed our planet more than it already has.
- The year 2022 will be one that many of us will not forget soon due to numerous climate extremes that took place around the globe. This is an exceptionally informative read on how La Nina together with climate change made disasters on top of disasters possible.
- Finally, if you’re looking for hurricane preparedness information, here’s your one stop for everything you need to know for before, during and after the storm. This all inclusive website from NOAA will help you prepare for the storm and tell you how to stay safe afterwards. The infographics below will help you prepare an emergency kit and use discretion when you come across questionable weather information/forecasts/hyperbole when online or using social media.
That’s a wrap for this post! Thanks to everyone for stopping by. A big ‘Thank You’ to my followers in social media. If you’re on Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, or Facebook, let’s connect! Remember, prepare ahead now for the storm you hope never happens!
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