Weekly Top Five: Fools and Forecasts
Every day, Dan Steinberg of the DC Sports Bog, reads and ranks other sports blogs "so you don't have to." I'm going to provide the same service here for weather, but weekly rather than daily. (For better or for worse, weather doesn't attract the kind of coverage sports does.)
I'm also not going to limit the "Top Five" to blogs, but will also include blog comments, newspaper columns, news stories, press releases and videos, or any weather-related media. The rankings will typically run Tuesday or Saturday and will be based on both significance and entertainment value. If you think I've ranked them wrong, let me know and provide links to anything I missed. Here's the first edition, in reverse order...
5) Bombshell Research: Meteorologist Jeff Masters at Wunderground reports Cyclopsychic research breakthrough proves hurricanes/global warming connection
4) "Pretty Active" Hurricane Season Expected: The USA Today Weather Guys give a sneak preview of the seasonal Atlantic hurricane outlook to be issued by scientists at Colorado State. What are they calling for? 13 named storms, seven hurricanes, and three intense hurricanes.
1) April Fool: Slate.com gives us a highly entertaining video profile of AccuWeather's Expert Senior Meteorologist Jim Kosek, Weatherman Gone Wild
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