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Freelance meteorological educator, trainer, and consultant under the brand The Weather Reporter, LLC. Former space launch meteorologist at Cape Canaveral AFS, FL. Vast operational meteorology experience obtained in support of nearly 400 manned and unmanned space launches from the early 1990's until my retirement in 2013. I have since returned to my other passion, that as an Adjunct Faculty Professor of Meteorology at Florida Institute of Technology. My vision and mission is to provide the same kind of expert meteorological consultation as I provided to the U.S. space program to a variety of industries that are highly dependent on weather conditions to conduct operations. Whether your business or industry involves agriculture, general construction and contracting, road construction and repair, painting, landscaping, marine, aviation, special events, photography, education, media, or any weather dependent business we provide the most advanced weather support around. Whether the need is for past, present, or future meteorological information TWR provides the information tailored to a specific industry. If you are serious about working around the weather don’t hesitate to contact me to provide weather support for your business or event operations.

Satellite Weather 07/17/2019

GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Stagnant mid summer pattern over the state. East to west oriented surface high pressure axis was lying across the central peninsula resulting in light and variable winds. East coast sea breeze will develop and initiate isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms over inland areas by early afternoon and will travel westward. A majority of activity will be over the western half of the peninsula by late afternoon. Current east coast offshore convection will diminish as they near the coast. Credit: NOAA

Satellite Weather 07/15/2019

GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Upper level high pressure center over the Florida Georgia border with a piece of energy rotating around it as evident by the offshore east coast convection. Light onshore winds along the east coast and high humidity will be the main story for today. Afternoon sea breeze boundaries will initiate isolated thunderstorms over inland areas. Credit: NOAA