The Wasatch Weather Weenies began on October 1, 2010 as an invite-only blog for atmospheric sciences students and professional meteorologists to discuss the weather and climate of the Wasatch Front and Mountains, as well as issues related to the weather and climate in other regions, especially those with complex terrain.
Shortly thereafter, I realized that this should be a public access blog. There was a great deal of interest in mountain weather, especially in the Wasatch Mountains, and no shortage of material. As I like to say, weather never sleeps.
Readership is growing rapidly, which is great. It keeps me motivated and allows me to connect with far more people than I could in a classroom. We will approach 20,000 page views this month, which is far more than I could have envisioned in October 2010.
After Thursday morning, we enter into yet another long, dry period in the Wasatch Mountains. Please leave a comment and let me know what interests you. I'm always looking for good topics for posts.