After a crazy-warm December, the Godzilla El Nino of winter 2015-16 had another trick up its sleeve for January.
Washington, D.C. can be quite the boomtown when it comes to snow.
2015 has come and gone. Here are some of my personal Twitter highlights.
Past weather patterns highlight the difference between snow boom or snow bust during a strong El Nino in D.C.
El Nino is a big player in Washington’s winter, especially when it’s strong.
Much of the D.C. area saw its first freeze on October 18 and 19, 2015. This is how it progressed.
We got Bentley in 2011. He’s made D.C. a home.
Over the past decade, I’ve seen some incredible weather in the city.
GIS takes data analysis to a new level, and there are plentiful free tools to get you going.
Data is cool.
I tweeted a lot in 2014. Here are the ones that got the most notice.