TDS in the News

2022 Content:

Winter Weather Recap|
Learn what factors influenced this recent winter’s weather, and what the meteorological tea leaves say about next season’s cold and snowfall trends.

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2021 Content:

2021-22 Winter Weather Outlook|
The meteorological team from Thermodynamic Solutions (TDS) provides their analysis on what Mother Nature and La Nina could be brewing for the snow states this winter.

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The National Weather Service Began as a Crowdsourcing Experiment|
Smithsonian Secretary Joseph Henry used an army of volunteers in what would eventually become the nation’s weather forecasting operation.

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Wicked Winter Weather|
5 winter-weather phenomena you may not be aware of and may experience out in the field.

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Reading the Tea Leaves|
With a fair probability for La Niña conditions this winter, the snow and ice industry could experience a cold and snowy season.

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Twitter's Weather Subscription Service: Is it a bust? Insight from a Meteorologist|
Meteorologist Beth Carpenter offers her expert insight into Currently.

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Editor's Notebook: 2020: Warmest Year on Record?|
Reflecting back on 2020, TDS' Beth Carpenter shares some weather data that puts the last year into perspective.

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2020 Content:

Anatomy of a Nor’easter|
What goes into this significant real-life weather event often sounds a lot like science fiction. TDS Meteorologist Beth Carpenter separates fact from fiction of this week's major winter event.

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What Could Winter 2020-21 Look Like?|
Thermodynamic Solutions meteorologists provide their snow and ice forecast for this coming season.

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Editor's Notebook: New Winter “Normals”|
We’ll soon be entering a new meteorological climate period and what the last 30 years tells us about winter weather trends.

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Editor's Notebook: Winter Wonderland?|
Should we bet the farm on predictions for La Nina conditions through Winter 2020-21?

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Welcome to #wxtwitter, a confrontational yet productive weather workspace|
Navigating 'weather Twitter', the good and the bad (The Washington Post)

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2019 Content:

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Study says ‘specific’ weather forecasts can’t be made more than 10 days in advance|
Predicting long-range weather forecasts is not physically possible. However, for years AccuWeather has produced highly-specific 90 day forecasts. (The Washington Post)

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