The most frequently viewed post is Let's Rock from April 25, 2012. The popularity of this post is purely unintentional and a consequence of a title that is apparently commonly searched for on the internet and the use of a photo of Homer Simpson.
|Let's Rock: April 25, 2012|
Rounding out the top 10:
- Outlook for the 2013–2014 Ski Season, August 30, 2013 (still valid today!)
- Tour de France Weather, July 15, 2011
- West To Be Tickled by Fabio, July 18, 2012 (thanks Fabio fans!)
- The Untold Story of How Santa Claus Really Comes to Town, December 23, 2011
- The Approaching Mother of All Inversions, January 13, 2013
- Screaming Jet to Return to the West, October 9, 2012
- Weather and the Yarnell Hill Fire, July 2, 2013
- Ten-Day Icon-Based Forecasts Are Bogus, October 17, 2011
- Great Salt Lake Seiche and Runoff, May 26, 2011
The Wasatch Weather Weenies has a fairly diverse audience ranging from professional meteorologists to the general public. I have professional responsibilities to both groups and have dealt with this by varying the technical content of the posts. Some are probably more appropriate for professional meteorologists, and others for the general public. I suspect this will continue in the future. Feel free to share your thoughts and suggestions concerning the content of the posts.
The Wasatch Weather Weenies first winter was 2010-11, a year that Wasatch skiers will remember forever (see Alta 800). That winter I skied many days (how many will remain a secret forever in order to protect my job...) and the best way to "discover" material for this blog is to be in the mountains experiencing the weather. That may be difficult this year as I am currently suffering through some difficult back problems. Thus, bear with me as I get to the mountains less frequently and look at things remotely. Send me some good vibes!