As you might imagine, new readership of the blog has increased significantly this week due to the horrible impacts of Hurricane Sandy.
While I am sorry for the reason that this came about, I do appreciate those who are reading the blog for the first time from all over the world, and especially across the hard hit Northeastern U.S. We welcome you and hope that you find the blog informative and useful now and in future severe weather situations.
A particular spike in new readership was generated by an article published by the Atlantic Wire on Monday. The article was titled "The Weather Bloggers You Should Be Reading Right Now". It was published before Sandy hit, and my attention was recently drawn to it by an attentive blog reader. I am humbled and honored that they included yours truly on their list of must read weather blogs. You can read the full article at the link provided in this paragraph.
(P.S.: Don't tell the Atlantic Wire, but I don't know the first thing about putting topspin on a tennis ball).
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