NEWSLETTER September 2013
issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter
|Jerry continues to have eye problems, so I have to do his Words again this month.|
As we enter September, the Hurricane Season usually hits it's peak. Forecasters had predicted a very active season. But so far it's been slow, mainly due to lots of dry air and dust coming off of Africa. There has not been a hurricane yet. The lastest that the first hurricane of a season formed is September 11th, so we may break that record. Now that's one record that's good to break.
WEATHERFUN is now on Facebook, so that's another way to talk with everyone, although emails are better. We're hoping to pickup new members thanks to Facebook.
Remember that Jerry is thinking about having next year's Reunion later, like September or October. We need to know what you would like. You can email me to give your opinion or post it to WEATHERFUN.
The one bad thing about September is that Fall arrives, which means Winter is getting closer.
Until next month, have a good September and let's hope Jerry is able to do October's Words.
Bill from Long Island
|Welcome back John Jensen for Illinois.|
Welcome Jim firstname.lastname@example.org from Goshen,NY and
Jim email@example.com from Covina, CA
Stony Brook Univ northern eastend of Long Island
6 Must-Know Facts about Clouds Find out HERE
Find out HERE
On a hot day, an airplane requires more runway to takeoff
because the air is less dense at higher temperatures.
A plane may need as much as 2,500 feet more runaway
on a 100-degree day compared to a 60-degree day.
Saharan dust is quite warm and able to rise into the
upper levels of the atmosphere over the Atlantic, putting a lid
on thunderstorm activity within tropical systems.
|We hope that you enjoyed this month's Newsletter. See you next month, and be sure to visit the WEATHERFUN Website, but most of all have fun with your weather.|
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Jerry or Bill
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