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Cold in Raleigh, expedition logs through 1993 finished
The stubborn artic air entrenched across the northern half of the country is shortening the window of opportunity to get to work on the car this week. A stiff west wind and temps in the low to mid 50s do not make for pleasant outdoor conditions. Definitely not the norm for Raleigh this time of year. Tomorrow should make it past the 60 degree mark, if the clouds can clear out and let the sun get to work on this cold air mass.
In the meantime, I've made good use of the time indoors today. I finished compiling the main expedition log index for the site, with yearly expedition log indicies all the way back to 1993 (when I started). That's 15 years of storm observing logs and images, finally together in one consistent format. This is an aspect of the site that I wanted to have finished before I launched the new redesign, but I didn't want it to hold back the progress as I wasn't sure when I'd get around to it.
It's getting about time to make another update on the 2007 Storm Observing Expedition, since our semi-standby period start date of April 20 is now in the window of long-range models.
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