Australia faces Record-Breaking climate change

February 28, 2019

Carly O’Neill Associate News Editor Extreme weather conditions including raging bushfires in northern New South Wales, to a monsoon flooding in Queensland has been the source of Australia’s rapid climate change. In January of 2019, . . .

Winter Weather Safety for the 2017 Season

November 9, 2017

Adam Roser Graduate Assistant, Center for Disaster Research and Education As the days become shorter and cold temperatures start to greet us on our way out the door, there is only one thing on our . . .

Hurricanes hit the Caribbean hard

September 26, 2017

Jared Hameloth Staff Writer Hurricanes Harvey,  Irma, and now potentially Maria have devastated the United States in the past couple of weeks, wrecking entire cities and counties. Many people were affected by the hurricanes, but . . .

Winter weather: Snow in the works?

December 5, 2012

Laura Maginley Assoc. News Editor The fall 2012 semester is rapidly coming a close and winter break is in the not-so-distant future. Is it time to whip out that Pokémon umbrella or those cute snow . . .

Campus meteorologists launch forecasting website

March 28, 2010

This past winter was interesting in terms of weather; it was the snowiest season since 1996, with snowfall accumulating so high, that cities did not know what to do with the plowed white stuff.

The blizzard sparked media attention, as well as the attention of two Millersville meteorology majors, who decided to take advantage of the blizzard by educating themselves on accurate weather forecasting. . . .

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