Thursday, May 26, 2016
Dr. Marshall Shepherd explains what a percent chance of rain really means and why the public has a hard time understanding it.
Monday, May 9, 2016
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Another downslope wind storm north of Salt Lake City is underway. Easterly winds cascade down the Wasatch front like a waterfall and knocks down trees, power lines, and blows away trampolines. Check out these wind gusts at Lagoon amusement park, over 70 mph! Earlier it gusted more than 80 mph!!
Years ago I heard that the Sky Scraper Ferris wheel was built to withstand hurricane force wind. These storms are the reason why!
Incredible cloud over Centerville (from Twitter)
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
FrontRunner trains were delayed yesterday afternoon. There were lots of people waiting in the rain at Murray Station.
The storm was moving southeast. While skies to the east were dark, the skies in the near west were clear and sunny! This neat picture of the hospital shows the sunny reflection in the windows with the dark skies in the background.
|Finally, the train came. Standing room only.|
|Murray Station at the red star|