Ramblings of a Graduate Student


From cyclones to temperature records, climate to pressure systems, this blog has a post for dozens of weather-related topics. Blogger Patrick Marsh breaks down the science into explanations easily understood by the lay reader.

Storm Visuals


Storm chaser, photographer, and videographer Jeff Gammons shares his images and clips of mild and extreme weather alike.

WKU Meteorology


With a focus on weather in the mid-southern U.S., Goodrich and his student contributors interpret satellite maps to predict local weather. Discussions of large scale weather phenomena also find their way into the blog.

Sunshine and Blue Skies!
by Tyler Smith about 4 years ago
Excellent Easter Weekend
by Ryan Difani about 4 years ago

Meteorological Musings


Mike Smith literally wrote the book on tornado and storm warnings. In his blog, he keeps his eye on radar maps, watching out for impending severe weather

Severe Weather Potential
by Mike Smith over 2 years ago
Sunday Fun: Oh, NO!
by Mike Smith over 2 years ago

Cyclone Road


This storm chaser clearly has a talent for storytelling. He brings the reader straight into the action, supplementing the written word with wonderful photographs.

7 June 2014: West Texas supercell
by Amos Magliocco almost 4 years ago
11 May 2014: South-central Kansas storms
by Amos Magliocco almost 4 years ago

Blog of Scott Weberpal


This up-and-coming blog centers around images of all kinds of weather. We could spend all day perusing these outstanding photographs!

Northwest Weather


Think weather in the Pacific Northwest is just rain, rain, rain all the time? Think again. Blogger Aaron Hill expertly navigates the science of meteorology in the NW and beyond.

High Plains Drifter


Mike Umscheid chronicles his exploits chasing twisters, supplementing maps and stories with powerful photography.

The Weather Blog


An aptly named blog showcasing everything from satellite maps to weather predictions to weather reports from around the U.S.

Billings, Montana to Rochester, New York
by Ryan almost 3 years ago
Rochester, New York
by Ryan almost 3 years ago

Sdstormchase's Blog


With honesty and a touch of wit, Marc Hicks describes his storm chasing experiences. He doesn't shy away from admitting his mistakes, and the blog is all the better for that.

Spring is on the way, and dangerous weather is coming with it…
by Marc Hicks over 2 years ago
Runnin’ Down A Dream
by Marc Hicks over 2 years ago

Always Chasing / Big Sky Convection


Dann Cianca seems to be always out on the road. He documents his travels on his blog, mixing outdoor photography with his unabashed passion for meteorology.

Chad Cowan's Severe Weather Blog


Chad Cowan does a terrific job in his blog describing storms and severe weather without overdoing the technical language of meteorology.

Clouds 365 Project Blog


Imagine dedicating a full year to cloud photography. Kelly DeLay has done just that with his Clouds 365 Project, and the results are awe-inspiring.

Five Years or 1825 Days Later — Clouds 365 Project Will End
by Kelly DeLay about 4 years ago
Texas Lightning
by Kelly DeLay about 4 years ago

In the Vortex


From "Weather 101" to accounts of chasing extreme storms, this meteorology blog has it all.

Iowa Chaser


Mike Cox writes and photographs his encounters with extreme weather events in the American Midwest.

Midwest Chasers


Lightning and storm photography dominates this blog. The result is an elegant presentation of the beauty of severe weather.

Weather Photos Blog


Most meteorology blogs are based in the states, but we hopped across the pond to visit this site to learn more about current weather in Europe.

Jeff's Weather Blog


After a year-long hiatus, Jeff's blog is back in action, and we're glad he has returned! From tropical storms and hurricanes to analyses of summer temperatures in New York, Jeff covers a variety of weather-related subjects.

Skytracker 7 Meteorologist Jay Webb's Blog


Get a behind-the-scenes look at a meteorology newsroom with Jay Webb's blog.

East Texas Skies


Meteorologist Grant Dade interprets satellite and radar data here, transforming them from esoteric images to easy-to-understand maps.

by Grant Dade over 3 years ago
Sunday Afternoon Landspout
by Grant Dade about 4 years ago

Southern Weather Brigade


Follow the intrepid Southern Weather Brigade as they chase storms across the southern corner of the U.S.