Dust in the Wind

Annual intrusion of Saharan dust has benefits, drawbacks If you’ve been wondering what’s behind the unusually hazy skies we’ve seen lately, just look to the east. No, not Florida – keep going – all the way across the Atlantic. The source is the Saharan Air Layer, or SAL – plumes of dust blown all the … Continue reading Dust in the Wind

Former MLEIP intern Chris Ramirez Charts Path to Broadcast Meteorologist

Growing up in Houston, Chris Ramirez was aware that weather events, such as hurricanes and flooding could have a major impact on people’s lives. “The atmospheric processes that happen every day and affect everybody is something that I was so interested in even at a young age,” Ramirez said. Watching chief meteorologist Tim Heller on … Continue reading Former MLEIP intern Chris Ramirez Charts Path to Broadcast Meteorologist