Convective outflow boundaries

When thunderstorms develop and evolve, their “exhaust” is cold dense air flowing down through the storm, striking the ground and moving outward away from the storm.  To better understand this, imagine pouring pancake batter onto a griddle.  The edge of that pancake is the outflow boundary which is essentially a gust front of sorts. ...

HREF outage in WeatherSpork Imagery view

Over the past several days, the HREF products have been unavailable in the Imagery view.   They are provided by NOAA and are generated by a non-operational or experimental platform which makes them vulnerable to have outages from time to time.   Here’s the statement provided by NOAA… “Once again the NCEP development computer is unavailable...

July 2018 SporkNews

If you are new to WeatherSpork, welcome to the family!  This e-Newsletter will be sent out at the beginning of each month to keep you updated on the new features and content provided by WeatherSpork.  We hope the app has made finding the most opportune time to depart a simple and easy process. The month...

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