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Tim Brice has been at 2 events

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The Weather Channel2,903,052*Upload your photos to this Event on 9/19 or using the #sunsetday hashtag in a public post to celebrate #sunsetday!* Join us for an exciting 24-hour event as we send summer into the sunset in global fashion. We are asking our Google+ audience from around the world to grab your favorite camera on the evening of September 19 and snap your own unique sunset from your corner of the globe. We want to see all types of sunsets in a variety of settings; a city skyline, a beach resort, a beautiful countryside, a desert landscape, a dense forest. *Wherever you may be, please share/upload your sunset image with this event page on September 19.* You can also participate outside of this event page by submitting a public photo post and tagging with #sunsetday. A select number of our favorite photos will be shown on The Weather Channel and accompany a slideshow on weather.com. Other favorites will be posted and rotated through as the cover photo on both +The Weather Channel and the +Google+ Photos  Google+ page. Note: *Only photos uploaded and posted to the event page or associated with the hashtag #sunsetday on Sep 19 will be considered* We hosted two Hangouts On Air in preparation for Sunset Day. The first hangout focused on the meteorology behind sunsets including the reason behind the beautiful array of colors.  The second hangout concentrated on the art of sunset photography. Expert photographers well known to the Google+ community talked about their techniques in capturing the perfect sunset. Links to both HOA videos are posted below. *HANGOUT SCHEDULE* 1. Monday, September 9: "The Meteorology Behind Sunsets" at 11 am ET with host +Timothy Ballisty  (The Weather Channel social meteorologist). *Guests will include:* Meteorologists +Mike Bettes +Brad Panovich +Jacob Wycoff +Jonathan Erdman +Morgan Palmer +Tim Brice and +Maria LaRosa  *HOA video* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz6Zyz5FT-A 2. Thursday, September 12: "Sunset Photography" at 4 pm ET *Guests will include:* Photographers +Trey Ratcliff +Thomas Hawk +Karen Hutton and +Nicole S. Young   *HOA Video* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqgUGb0th_ASunset Day - Upload Your #SunsetDay Photo on September 192013-09-19 06:00:001299  
The Weather Channel2,903,052Here's your chance to ask our weather experts about the 2012 winter storm season.Hangout With Our Winter Weather Experts2012-10-05 19:00:0057  

Tim Brice has been shared in 10 public circles

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Lynne Raynes3,686Been a while since I've shared this ... #steelers circle share #NS2014-11-02 20:25:32129002
Jessica Clark-McDowell11,942I haven't shared a circle in a while so I'm going to share my 2 favorite (this one is my Christian one) circles for my friend +John Stinnett who is new to G+... And, all of you should add him too :)2013-05-25 14:07:01327405
Lynne Raynes2,220#Steelers circle share. If you aren't in it and you want to be...leave a note. Help this circle grow Steeler Nation. Share it2012-12-03 07:03:43255101
Linda Lawrey1,084,130Welcome to my Weather Circle!2012-09-26 04:59:53208014
Mark Smith (Marcus T)4,213#Christian  Christian Group 1 of 2Good morning everyone!  I hope you already have all of these wonderful folks in your circles... but just in case you don't... here you go!Please reshare if you like it!2012-08-04 13:37:57401643
Tim Young1,428Wanted to share a circle of G+'ers who share commentary about being a follow of #Jesus Christ. Enjoy ;)2012-05-30 16:17:21453504
Mark Smith2,765Yay! Here is circle one of the Christians I know of here on G+. I have a second one I'll post in just a minute. If you are reading this, are Christian, and are not in this OR the second circle that I'm about to share... then my apologies. Please reply and let me know and I'll get you added right away. I'll be sharing both of these circles a couple more times over the next couple of days!2012-05-04 14:38:02401616
Tim Young1,042This is my circle of folks who follow Jesus Christ, it includes people of all backgrounds, geography and denomination, etc. Pass it along and expand the community ;)If you wish to be removed from the circle please let me know.#add #share #reshare #follow #circle #circles #follower #followers2012-03-23 19:25:42426145
Jessica Clark-McDowell4,517It's been a while since I've shared a circle so I wanted to share this one for those who are new to my page and would like to get connected with other Christians on G+2012-02-26 03:43:39378537
Bud Hoffman1,578Steeler NationJoin all the pre & post game chatter with Steeler fans from all over the world!If you're not in this circle and want to be, just comment!Go Steelers!+Shared Circles on G+2011-12-24 15:38:32201001

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2015-05-21 15:18:21 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.

Most reshares: 9

2015-04-24 05:11:15 (1 comments, 9 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:

Most plusones: 13

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2014-09-05 14:58:20 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

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2015-05-26 14:14:54 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.___

2015-05-26 14:14:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.___

2015-05-26 14:14:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.

We've had some last minute cancelling (because of weather of all things).  I know this is last second but if any Elementary or Middle classes would like to participate in an Ask-a-Meteorologist Hangout this morning at 10 AM Central time (yes, in less than an hour), drop me a quick email at tim.brice@noaa.gov and I will get you a link to the Hangout.___

2015-05-21 15:20:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.___

2015-05-21 15:19:30 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.___

2015-05-21 15:18:21 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.

We still have room for 3 classes for our Ask-a-Meteorologist session on Friday May 29th at 1 PM MDT (all the other session are full).  If your class is available and would like to participate please fill out the registration form.___

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2015-05-12 06:56:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

The more I look at Periscope or Meerkat the more I see it being a game changer for the weather enterprise.

The more I look at Periscope or Meerkat the more I see it being a game changer for the weather enterprise.___

2015-05-07 21:25:46 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

The NWS office in El Paso will be answering questions from students around the country.

The NWS office in El Paso will be answering questions from students around the country.___

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2015-05-01 20:28:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Had a great time hiking in Devil's Den State Park today with +Madeline Brice​. 

Had a great time hiking in Devil's Den State Park today with +Madeline Brice​. ___

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2015-04-30 23:21:02 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Came across this little gem off the beaten path near the Oklahoma /Arkansas state line. 

Came across this little gem off the beaten path near the Oklahoma /Arkansas state line. ___

2015-04-24 05:11:15 (1 comments, 9 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:___

2015-04-24 05:10:39 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:___

2015-04-24 05:09:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:

Looking for something to do at the end of the school year? The National Weather Service Office in El Paso will be holding 6 Ask-a-Meteorologist video chat sessions in May.  These sessions will give your students a chance to ask any weather questions they have to actual meteorologists.  The six sessions will each last one hour and will be conducted via Google Hangouts.  The dates and times are as follows:

Thu. May 8th at 1 PM MDT
Tue. May 12th at 9 AM MDT
Tue. May 26th at 9 AM MDT
Wed. May 27th at 9 AM MDT
Thu. May 28th at 1 PM MDT
Fri. May 29th at 1 PM MDT

If your class would be interested in participating with other classes around the area (and maybe the country); in this unique question and answer session please fill out the following reservation form:___

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2015-04-17 12:34:07 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Water vapor imagery from April 14-17, 2015 of the spinning cutoff residing over the Four Corners. #ns  

Water vapor imagery from April 14-17, 2015 of the spinning cutoff residing over the Four Corners. #ns  ___

2015-04-15 07:24:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We will be teaching teachers how to teach the weather.  We will cover the basics of cold and warm fronts, high and low pressure, climate verses weather and hurricanes.

We will be teaching teachers how to teach the weather.  We will cover the basics of cold and warm fronts, high and low pressure, climate verses weather and hurricanes.___

2015-04-15 07:16:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We will be teaching teachers how to teach the weather.  We will cover the basics of cold and warm fronts, high and low pressure, climate verses weather and hurricanes.

We will be teaching teachers how to teach the weather.  We will cover the basics of cold and warm fronts, high and low pressure, climate verses weather and hurricanes.___

2015-04-08 16:44:17 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.___

2015-04-08 16:42:46 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.___

2015-04-08 16:42:21 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.

3rd to 6th Grade teachers, on April 16th and again on April 17th from 3:15 to 3:45 PM MDT the NWS office in El Paso will be holding a training session for teachers via Google video Hangouts.  We will be going over the concepts of: 

1. How the sun creates weather
2. High pressure and low pressure
3. Cold fronts and warm fronts
4. Hurricanes
5. Weather vs. climate

We want to teach you guys how to teach weather for your students.
If you (or your team) would like to participate in the video Hangout (space is limited) please fill out the following short form:

http://goo.gl/forms/WmSz35wyiQ

Please forward this on to any other teachers or science coordinators you think would benefit form this training.   Let me know if you have any questions.___

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2015-04-04 05:23:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Beautiful photos of the cranes.

Beautiful photos of the cranes.___

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2015-04-03 23:50:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

They have individual states to look at as well.

They have individual states to look at as well.___

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2015-03-31 04:52:54 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-25 13:27:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

NASA's Opportunity rover celebrates Mars marathon milestone ... "(CNN)It certainly won't be troubling any earth-based runners' personal bests, but NASA's long-serving Mars rover Opportunity set a significant benchmark Tuesday as it clocked in 26.219 miles (42 kilometers) -- the first-ever Martian marathon.

It might have taken the robot 11 years and two months but it represents a significant landmark for NASA.

"This is the first time any human enterprise has exceeded the distance of a marathon on the surface of another world," said John Callas, Opportunity project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. ..."

MORE: http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/25/world/opportunity-rover-marathon-milestone/index.html

NASA's Opportunity rover celebrates Mars marathon milestone ... "(CNN)It certainly won't be troubling any earth-based runners' personal bests, but NASA's long-serving Mars rover Opportunity set a significant benchmark Tuesday as it clocked in 26.219 miles (42 kilometers) -- the first-ever Martian marathon.

It might have taken the robot 11 years and two months but it represents a significant landmark for NASA.

"This is the first time any human enterprise has exceeded the distance of a marathon on the surface of another world," said John Callas, Opportunity project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. ..."

MORE: http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/25/world/opportunity-rover-marathon-milestone/index.html___

2015-03-18 08:10:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7___

2015-03-18 08:09:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7___

2015-03-18 08:08:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7

3rd-6th grade teachers, the NWS office in El Paso, TX will be doing a couple of ask-the-meteorologist Hangouts next week. One will be on Tues. (3/24) at 9 AM MDT and the other will be on Thur. (3/26) at 1 PM MDT. If you are interested in joining we have a few slots left.  Please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/kUSlmWeuK7___

2015-03-05 18:10:18 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Calling all 4th, 5th and 6th Grade Teachers (Spanish and English):

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX will be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8

Calling all 4th, 5th and 6th Grade Teachers (Spanish and English):

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX will be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8___

2015-02-28 09:57:29 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX wil be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month: http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX wil be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month: http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8___

2015-02-28 09:55:43 (2 comments, 7 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX wil be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month: http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8

The National Weather Service in El Paso, TX wil be conducting two Weather Basics Hangouts, one in English and one in Spanish to teach students (4th-6th Grade) about some basic weather concepts.  We are looking for 6 classes each day.  The presentations will start at 9 AM MDT and last for an hour.  There will be time for questions from your students at the end.  If you are interested please fill out our short registration form. Here is a link to a student Hangout we did last month: http://youtu.be/eyp66IbQ1G8___

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2015-02-27 14:02:11 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Pretty neat app.  Not only does it solve the equation for you, it shows you the steps on how to get the answer.

Pretty neat app.  Not only does it solve the equation for you, it shows you the steps on how to get the answer.___

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2015-02-24 06:41:39 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Meteorologists should also study geology

Meteorologists should also study geology___

2015-01-21 05:08:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate___

2015-01-21 05:07:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate___

2015-01-21 05:05:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate

We will be helping teachers better teach the concepts of high and low pressure, cold and warm fronts, hurricanes and weather vs. climate___

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2015-01-13 13:16:47 (1 comments, 5 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Interesting article about using Google Earth to view tornado damage. In the past we've used Google Earth to view how new buildings and parking lots have changed some of our urban watersheds.

Interesting article about using Google Earth to view tornado damage. In the past we've used Google Earth to view how new buildings and parking lots have changed some of our urban watersheds.___

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2014-12-22 14:20:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I'm looking for some help.  On a surface map in the U.S. we are used to seeing H's and L's for high and low pressure. I'm looking for how other countries depict mid-latitude anti-cyclones and cyclones. I've put together a list of 19 languages so far. Let me know of other countries/languages I've missed and share any examples you might have.

I'm looking for some help.  On a surface map in the U.S. we are used to seeing H's and L's for high and low pressure. I'm looking for how other countries depict mid-latitude anti-cyclones and cyclones. I've put together a list of 19 languages so far. Let me know of other countries/languages I've missed and share any examples you might have.___

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2014-12-20 23:06:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

A great album of 112 photos from NASA's Curiosity Rover.

http://m.space.com/18027-mars-rover-curiosity-amazing-photos-red-planet.html?adbid=z12xuhio4kfqvxtr404cdfipkv2pdz4xr3o&adbpl=gp&adbpr=109556515093730290049&cmpid=514639_20141220_37397207

A great album of 112 photos from NASA's Curiosity Rover.

http://m.space.com/18027-mars-rover-curiosity-amazing-photos-red-planet.html?adbid=z12xuhio4kfqvxtr404cdfipkv2pdz4xr3o&adbpl=gp&adbpr=109556515093730290049&cmpid=514639_20141220_37397207___

2014-12-18 21:15:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2014-12-18 19:30:56 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

I'm a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in El Paso.  Last week we conducted a weather education hangout with several Elementary schools in our area.   We are looking for any comments and ideas to make the presentation better. Thanks to +Marissa E and +Jason Laney for conducting the training. We plan to do more in 2015, what is the best way to let schools now that we are planning a hangout?

I'm a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in El Paso.  Last week we conducted a weather education hangout with several Elementary schools in our area.   We are looking for any comments and ideas to make the presentation better. Thanks to +Marissa E and +Jason Laney for conducting the training. We plan to do more in 2015, what is the best way to let schools now that we are planning a hangout?___

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2014-11-26 23:59:06 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

The fur kids are having a nice relaxing vacation. 

The fur kids are having a nice relaxing vacation. ___

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2014-11-23 18:25:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

The magic of combining physics and chemistry

Image: http://rainbowkitteh.tumblr.com/

The magic of combining physics and chemistry

Image: http://rainbowkitteh.tumblr.com/___

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2014-11-16 03:35:00 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

The United States averages 58 #tornadoes  during the month of November.  So far this November there have been NO tornadoes, instead relentless #COLD and early season #SNOW.  Since 1950, the only year there were no November tornadoes was 1976: http://www.ustornadoes.com/2012/11/01/u-s-tornadoes-the-month-of-november-by-the-numbers/ 

The United States averages 58 #tornadoes  during the month of November.  So far this November there have been NO tornadoes, instead relentless #COLD and early season #SNOW.  Since 1950, the only year there were no November tornadoes was 1976: http://www.ustornadoes.com/2012/11/01/u-s-tornadoes-the-month-of-november-by-the-numbers/ ___

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2014-10-01 15:52:10 (2 comments, 3 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

Barbie is having a bad hair day #vandegraaff

Barbie is having a bad hair day #vandegraaff___

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2014-09-15 03:52:31 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Hurricane Odile is approaching Cabo San Lucas, a resort town with 70,000 people, with winds of 125 mph and a double eyewall. Odile has a pressure of 930 mb or 27.47 inHG, which is helping create the extreme winds. Pressure has risen slowly over the last few hours, which should lead to a weakening in the winds. 6-12" of rain is expected in southern Baja California along with dangerous waves and deadly surge. Odile is expected to slow down and weaken as it interacts with Baja California Sur. 

Hurricane Odile is approaching Cabo San Lucas, a resort town with 70,000 people, with winds of 125 mph and a double eyewall. Odile has a pressure of 930 mb or 27.47 inHG, which is helping create the extreme winds. Pressure has risen slowly over the last few hours, which should lead to a weakening in the winds. 6-12" of rain is expected in southern Baja California along with dangerous waves and deadly surge. Odile is expected to slow down and weaken as it interacts with Baja California Sur. ___

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2014-09-14 03:38:24 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Spider web in morning dew. 

Spinnennetz im Morgentau.

http://www.wald-laeufer.de/wander.touren/5091-20140907_054/zum-Vulkankrater/Spinnennetz.htm

#Spinnennetz   #morgentau   #photo   #wispertaunus   #germany  

Spider web in morning dew. 

Spinnennetz im Morgentau.

http://www.wald-laeufer.de/wander.touren/5091-20140907_054/zum-Vulkankrater/Spinnennetz.htm

#Spinnennetz   #morgentau   #photo   #wispertaunus   #germany  ___

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2014-09-12 01:38:21 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Nanda Devi, India.
Huge lenticular cloud over Nanda Devi, India's second highest mountain.The peak is regarded as the patron-goddess of the Uttarakhand Himalaya. In acknowledgment of its religious significance and for the protection of the its fragile ecosystem, the peak as well as the circle of high mountains surrounding it—the Nanda Devi sanctuary—were closed to both locals and climbers in 1983. The surrounding Nanda Devi National Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site  in 1988.
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Nanda Devi, India.
Huge lenticular cloud over Nanda Devi, India's second highest mountain.The peak is regarded as the patron-goddess of the Uttarakhand Himalaya. In acknowledgment of its religious significance and for the protection of the its fragile ecosystem, the peak as well as the circle of high mountains surrounding it—the Nanda Devi sanctuary—were closed to both locals and climbers in 1983. The surrounding Nanda Devi National Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site  in 1988.
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#india   #devi   #mountains   #wow   #nature   #traveling #travel #trip #amazing #fantastic #wonderful #pic #pictures  ___

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2014-09-11 18:57:49 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

In the past as an NWS forecaster I have been frustrated that more people have been unable to get our warning messages.  Now with the WEA (Wireless Emergency Alert) messages more and more people are directly getting some of our warning messages.

It's fascinating how much a difference mobile phones have made to emergency warnings in the last 5 years thanks to the improving capabilities of emergency text message broadcasts.

I'm not sure how they play out on feature phones, but when today's tornado warning was issues for my city from the National Weather Service, a message took over the screen and played the Emergency Broadcast System alert tone we're all familiar with.

When the supercell came into view, I had just received a "seek shelter now" message that played the sound of tornado horns at full volume, seconds before the actual horns in the city went off.

The supercell passed overhead with quickly, thankfully, but I'm still happy for the advanced warnings this system provides.___In the past as an NWS forecaster I have been frustrated that more people have been unable to get our warning messages.  Now with the WEA (Wireless Emergency Alert) messages more and more people are directly getting some of our warning messages.

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2014-09-07 04:57:03 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

The Mighty Mississippi River, as seen by the KNQA WSR-88D radar near #Memphis at 731 CDT / 0031 UTC.  The higher reflectivities are most likely biologic- insects, birds. 

At this time of the day, the developing low level thermal and moisture inversion refract, or bend, the radar beam down toward the ground.  As this occurs, the radar often picks up ground-based objects.  Notice in the lower right, higher reflectivities on I-40 over eastern AR.   Average speed (not shown) 62 KTs / 71 MPH.

The Mighty Mississippi River, as seen by the KNQA WSR-88D radar near #Memphis at 731 CDT / 0031 UTC.  The higher reflectivities are most likely biologic- insects, birds. 

At this time of the day, the developing low level thermal and moisture inversion refract, or bend, the radar beam down toward the ground.  As this occurs, the radar often picks up ground-based objects.  Notice in the lower right, higher reflectivities on I-40 over eastern AR.   Average speed (not shown) 62 KTs / 71 MPH.___

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2014-09-05 14:58:20 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Breakfast of champions

Breakfast of champions___

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2014-09-05 05:57:25 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Heavy rain at the office. 

Heavy rain at the office. ___

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