At The Storm Report, we love radio and we love weather. Our meteorologists are also experienced broadcasters. We believe quality can never suffer. That’s why our team delivers high quality custom forecasts to radio and online stations everyday, around the clock.
National Weather Service officials say a new funding partner will help keep two stream gages working. The two areas that will continue operation are West Fork Cedar River at Finchford, Iowa and Des Moines River at Humboldt, Iowa.
The two gages will remain operational until at least September 30, 2013.
The sequestration related budget cuts to the … [Read More...]
TEXAS TORNADOES: LIVE BLOG
Update: 8:44 P CT - So far, 16 tornadoes have been confirmed.
Tornado #1 in Northern Montague County occurred around 5:38 pm on Wednesday.
Tornado #2 in Lake Amon G. Carter/Montague County is rated EF-1 with 100 miles per hour winds.
Tornado #3 in Alvord/Wise County, Texas.
Tornado #4 in Millsap/Parker County … [Read More...]
The primary computer model for weather prediction in the U.S. is set to receive large funding that could greatly improve its function. Compared to the top European model, the U.S. version came under fire for poor performance.
Louis Uccellini, director of the National Weather Service announced Wednesday that the U.S. weather model will have "greater … [Read More...]
One of the most famous symbols of devastation following Superstorm Sandy is being erased from the Jersey shore.
Demolition work started this week on the Jet Star, a roller coaster that fell off an amusement pier when Superstorm Sandy slammed ashore on October 29.
Maria Mastoris, a spokesperson for Casino Pier said, "It should take about four days to … [Read More...]
Legendary meteorologist Bob Ryan of WJLA-TV in Washington is retiring.
Ryan has been with the ABC affiliate for three years. Prior to that, he was the head meteorologist at WRC-TV in Washington. He began his 40-year-career in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
WJLA-TV News Director Bill Lord said, "Bob has done a brilliant job for us over the past three … [Read More...]
It's been six months since Superstorm Sandy unleashed a wave of destruction on the small beach community of Breezy Point, New York. The town's volunteer firefighters remember each moment vividly. Marty Ingram, the chief of the fire department said, "...horrific comes to mind."
During the course of the storm, wind-whipped flood waters rose 8 feet high. … [Read More...]
TIME magazine recently conducted their annual salute to websites and services. The criteria included informative and entertaining websites that save you time and money and could even change your life.
Among TIME's Top 50, was the National Weather Service Weather.gov website.
The publication said, "Weather.gov probably isn't as slick as the weather … [Read More...]